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Sap BEx question for RRI (Jump)

I have 2 bex queries that need to be configured for jump capability.

Source query:

Reason Code Amount

Res code 1 $100

Res code 2 $200

Res code 3 $400

In the above source query, the numeric part of the text (1,2,3) come from text variables in the row structure. A variable exit fills in those values.

User should be able to right click on a row (example Res code 2 $200 row) and jump to a target query. How do I pass value of that particular text variable to the target query ?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Ash

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  • Posted on Mar 05, 2015 at 05:20 AM

    Hi Ash,

    If you want to pass the variables from sender query to receiver query, you can do this in 'assignment details'. once you click on assignment details tab, you need to select variable option from drop down list in "Type" and give your technical name of your text variable . please find the screen shot as example. Hope you know RRI procedure, if not Google it you will get good documents on how to do.

    Thanks,

    Vengal.


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    • Former Member

      Thanks Vengal.

      However my rows (Reason code 1,2,3) is essentially a structure of characteristics with 6 elements. Each row (cell) has a unique text variable e.g. ZT_RES_CODE1, ZT_RES_CODE2 etc.

      Res Code &ZT_RES_CODE1&

      Res Code &ZT_RES_CODE2&

      …….

      ……..

      I want to dynamically send the value of text variable of the row the user has in focus before executing the jump.

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