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CMD for Buttons in BEx (wanting to execute RRI)

Hey,

Just wondering if anyone can tell me if I can execute other CMD's other than those available from the drop down in the button wizard!?

I am wanting to have a button that essentially calls the same as the GOTO>R/3 Transaction from the context menu. I can do this in the web application but not sure if I am missing something in the BEx.

Is it CMD=RRI ???

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2007 at 12:09 PM

    Hi Allie,

    Analyzer 7.0 was developed on the same .net runtime as 3.5 the WAD. Therefore you can find that some of the commands that are used in 3.5 are available in Analyzer. RRI seems to be one of those that is recognised but doesn't really work this now (I'm using FEP1100 / SP11). I have pointed the button to the command range that contains the following:

    DATA_PROVIDER 1 DATA_PROVIDER_1

    CMD 1 RRI

    RRI_RECEIVER 1 Query name you have set-up in RSBBS

    but I either just get a message 'jump cannot be executed' or a dump for my trouble.

    I would suggest you either:

    1. Set-up as above and raise an OSS, because whatever else happens you should not get a crash or

    2. Use the std functioanlity and set-up via RSBBS and use the context menu which works fine

    3. use the following workaround to have the query fill an empty DP that you can place in the workbook

    - create 'empty' dataprovider (e.g. DATA_PROVIDER_2)

    - use following code to reset DATA_PROVIDER_2

    DATA_PROVIDER 1 DATA_PROVIDER_2

    CMD 1 RESET_DATA_PROVIDER

    RQV 1

    PROFF 1

    INFOCUBE 1 Infocube technical name

    QUERY 1 Query technical name

    You could have the last part of the statement in the worksheet with the command range of the button pointing at it, so the user could choose which query filled the DATA_PROVIDER_2. Also, you could start getting really fancy - e.g. if it has variables to fill then you could add VARIABLE_SCREEN 1 'X' to pop-up the variable screen.

    Hope that helps,

    Rgds, Keith

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2007 at 09:58 AM

    Hi

    yes you can use a bstandard web item: 'button group'.

    Under Comand you choose RRI. But you have to custom your jump by teh transaction RSBBS

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