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Passing Range Values in URL

Hi Experts,

I have a question regarding passing range values for variables via URL to a called Web Template.

I read the specific part in the help regarding this topic, but I don't get the combination of the parametrized call and the Variable Range values running.

Is there a part missing, or should I do it completly different? (regarding the command line. It is a must, that we have to work with URL and a variable range)

&BI_COMMAND_1-BI_COMMAND_TYPE=SET_VARIABLES_STATE&BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_4-VARIABLE=ZV_KALMI&BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_4-VARIABLE_TYPE=INFO_OBJECT_MEMBER_VARIABLE&BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_4-VARIABLE_TYPE-INTERVAL_SELCTION_LOW_MEMBER-MEMBER_NAME=200701&BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_4-VARIABLE_TYPE-INTERVAL_SELCTION_HIGH_MEMBER-MEMBER_NAME=200703

Thanks for helping.

Best regards,

Maher

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    Posted on Mar 15, 2007 at 01:55 PM

    Hi,

    try this

    &BI_COMMAND_1-BI_COMMAND_TYPE=SET_VARIABLES_STATE

    &BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_1-VARIABLE=0I_CALMO

    &BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_1-VARIABLE_TYPE=VARIABLE_INPUT_STRING

    &BI_COMMAND_1-VARIABLE_VALUES-VARIABLE_VALUE_1-VARIABLE_TYPE-VARIABLE_INPUT_STRING=02.2006 - 06.2006

    hope it helps

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 09:31 AM

    Hi Maher,

    Sorry to open this thread after 3yrs.

    We are also facing exactly same issue. We are able to paas single value but the URL is not working for ranges. Could you pls provide us the way to pass ranges in the URL.

    Thanks,

    Ashu Gupta.

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