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edit standard tempalte for web reporting

Hi BW-experts,

is it possible to edit the standard web template for web analysis (0ANALYSIS_PATTERN)? The web application designer was not able to do so and I'm missing the function download/upload from/to server in new WAD. With BW 3.x one could change 0QUERY_TEMPLATE to do adjustments. Is there a similiar funtion hidden somewhere or is it sonehow else posiible to edit 0ANALYSIS_PATTERN?

Best Regards,

Leo

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2006 at 03:47 PM

    Hello Leo,

    You can also use pgm RS_TEMPLATE_MAINTAIN_70 via SE38 if your WAD is not working. From what I remember however, you are supposed to do a copy of the 0* templates and set them as standard template to be used in config (haven't really got to that part yet so I'm not 100% sure).

    D.

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      Make sure you apply OSS Note 931043 to use the new 2004s Web Application Designer. You will need to refresh your metadata in the application after applying this note. Then you can copy the template using RS_TEMPLATE_MAINTAIN_70 or using WAD. You will get messages saying you can't change the 0* template, but those are warnings. I would copy this template.

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2006 at 03:45 PM

    Hi Leo,

    the new Web Application Designer should be able to edit the Web Template. You can directly open the Web Template in the new WAD do your changes and save the Web Template under a new name.

    Which error are you getting in the Web Application Designer? Some error messages like query does not exist ,.. can be ignored.

    Heike

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