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reset variable screen

Hello Experts,

How to re-set the variable screen to default in a WAD. I tried using option reset variables to default in WAD but its still not returning the variable screen to default.

For ex:

I have couple of variables to select on the variable screen. I select one of the mandatory variables and leave the others blank. ItÂ’s properly displaying the data but when I click on option back to variable screen. its eliminating the selected mandatory variables and displaying the rest unselected.

Would it be possible to display all the variables again on the variable screen?

Please help.



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  • Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 12:15 PM

    Please create a variant in BEx Query level.

    and include the variant technical name in the webtemplate.


    <param name="OWNER" value="SAP_BW"/>

    <param name="CMD" value="SET_DATA_PROVIDER"/>

    <param name="NAME" value="DATAPROVIDER_4"/>

    <param name="QUERY" value="ZSD_QUERY_NAME"/>

    <param name="INFOCUBE" value="ZCUBENAME"/>

    <b><param name='VARIANT' value='ZVARIANT'/></b>



    if you have multiple queries in webtemplate , you may have to use same variable name for the same field in all the queries , else it will show 2 entries in selection screen.

    Else you may have to use personalization to save the values.

    Hope this helps.



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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 01:13 AM

    Check to see if this variable is changeable during navigation. If it is, you must remove the value in the query and then you will see it in the variable screen. Also, if you are wanting to change this entry, you can simply change it by selecting filter. This is only true if it is changeable during navigation.



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