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Passing multiple parameters to ECC from single column in WEBI 4.1

Hello Experts,

I've used KB Article '2310750 - How to execute the ECC transaction code from Web Intelligence' to successfully open QA33 from a WebI 4.1 report but I'm unable to pass multiple parameters from a SINGLE report column. This is my key requirement. To be exact, from the Batch No. column on my WebI report, I need to pass Batch No. (completed), a date range and a variant to QA33.

Is there an expert who can help me with this request? Please. I'm new to the SAP world.

Here is the code that successfully passes Batch No. from WebI 4.1 to SAP ECC (SAP ERP 6.0):

http://laxxxxxx.corp.website.com:8000/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui/!?sap-client=300&sap-language=EN&~transaction=(=Concatenation("QA33 QL_CHARG-LOW=";[Batch No]))

Your expertise is greatly appreciated.

RB

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2016 at 07:05 PM

    Hi ,

    Each parameter has to be separated with & . It sees you have merged all as a string .

    Ex :

    ~transaction=(=[L01 Sales Document Number]) & ~OKCODE=ENT2

    Thanks


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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2016 at 06:07 PM

    Hi,

    Here is the blog written and presented very well on executing ECC T-Codes from WebI.

    How to create hyperlinks from SAP Web intelligence to SAP ECC transaction?

    Thanks,

    Jothi

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    • Former Member Jyothirmayee A

      Jyothi,

      I've only been able to pass the single parameter (Batch No.). I've tried mutliple combinations using various examples from the web but haven't had any success.

      My original post contains the only script that has worked.

      Thanks again for taking the time out of your busy day to help me.

      RB

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