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Uploading or Pasting multiple values in variable in BI 7X

Hi Experts,

We got a strange requirement from the user asking for they want to upload or paste the multiple values in company code variable for example 100 values.They are running the reports from the portal and we are at BI 7.31 Version.

We have checked any option given by sap for this , have this option in Analyzer when the variable is defined as selection option or multiple single values. This will not help us since all users are running the reports from portal only.

Requesting all ,share your suggestions how can we achieve this or if anyone worked on similar requirement help me.

Thanks ,


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    Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 12:36 PM

    Hi Venkat,

    since multiple values in variable entry will be divided by ";" your users could make up their list of values as one string of values, all divided by ;

    then they input the whole string into the selection field.



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    • Hi Sapna,

      Thank you so much and sorry for late relpy. I made the changes as per the below note .Copy and paste option is working perfectly but upload from file not working.

      However it served our requirement and we are quite happy.

      1737417 - BEx Web 7.x: upload selections from file or clipboard

      Thanks a lot once again.You are the best in Web reports area since many of my issues in this area were solved by your suggestions. I am assigning full points.



  • Posted on Mar 25, 2015 at 11:00 AM

    Hi Venkat,

    If understood correctly, ask client to personalize the variable values and save the query in his/her favorites in portal. So that original query would not affect.



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