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Applications for Period &0T_YESES& ?

Hello all,

I have seen a lot of res. key figures (RKF)delivered by SAP in this format like, does this type of naming convention tell you something or is it kinda indication, i am looking at a SAP delivered query and there are two RKF with exactly the same names "Applications for Period &0T_YESES&"

Can someone explain what does this mean?


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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 05:48 PM

    Hi K M,

    The "&0T_YESES&" part of the description is actually the placeholder for a Text variable. This means that the name shown in the query column or row where this RKF would be used, would display text from some char values (based on what the text variable is created on and the chars restricted in creation of the RKF)

    Hope this helps...

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