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How to create report in Bulk

Dear Gurus/Experts,

We changed the templated linked to a report by creating a new version. Now we want all the reports ( MSDS) associated with this template to be updated in version for all the specifications it is linked with so that the chagnes in the new version is used & it's changes are reflected in reports, How can we manually update version of reports in bulk via CG02 if there exists a procedure or how to create reports in bulk. The jobs are failing & we have been asked to do it manually.

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2015 at 02:26 PM

    Please note that we have some 280 plus reports to be updated in version or a new version created for all of them.

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  • Posted on Apr 23, 2015 at 06:10 PM

    Dear Ansh

    no chance. There is no standard approach here. You have to go trhough spec by spec and gen var/language combination. But it is quite common to use "work arounds" (own programming etc:). Check may be: Customer Exits in SAP EHS MANAGEMENT

    as a starting point.

    C.B.

    PS: may be you try to use a "trick"

    Check:

    Generating Worklists - Product Safety (EHS-SAF) - SAP Library

    Subtopic: Report Management Worklist - Product Safety (EHS-SAF) - SAP Library

    May be you could try to use this kinde of approach to generate a "worklist" (not sure; never tried it like that)

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