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Which select-options/parameters are used in a job with parameter &0000000000000

Hi all,

I wonder if I can find out wich select-options/parameters are used in a job with step-details > Parameter: &0000000000000

I guess this job is generated by another ABAP? right?

Thanks

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Mario

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 09:04 PM

    Just to clarify - when you see &00000... (usually there is some number at the end) as the variant name it simply means that there was no pre-defined variant used. You can easily recreate this effect if you run a report in SE38 and do Program -> Execute in Background. In this case no saved variant is used and the values are just taken from the selection screen.

    The actual values can be displayed in SM37 as Sandra suggested. If this answers the question kindly close the discussion.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 11:09 AM

    Hi Mario

    Yes, typically I've found any jobs with a &* variant are generated by an automated process.

    Sometime these Variants have a short life span.

    But what you can sometime do is the SE38 for the program, then use the option for running with Variant. Paste in the Variant and the screen should show what the values are.

    Hope this helps

    Arden

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 01:19 PM

    If you mean how to display the program variant &0000000000000, then you may display it (values, attributes) using transaction SM37, select the job, display the step(s), set cursor on the step, and click menu Goto -> Variant.

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