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Query open other query!

Hi Experts

Sometimes I follow the query "A" and the query "A" is open, but in other cases, I open the query "A" (using favorites or using the query open-windows) and then the query "B" is opened!!

This situation happend several times, with diferent querys, but not always (sometimes the operation in correct)

What is happening?

I have BW3.5 and SP22

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    Posted on May 08, 2007 at 10:57 PM

    There may a RRI set up in transaction code RSBBS.

    Ravi Thothadri

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    Posted on May 09, 2007 at 05:23 AM

    Hi,

    Report-Report Interface

    Use

    The report-report interface allows you the flexibility to call a jump target (receiver) online from a BW query (sender) within or outside of the Business Information Warehouse. Jump targets that have been assigned to a BW query can be selected in BEx Web applications and in the BEx Analyzer. You access them from the context menu under the Goto function.

    See also, Drag&Relate Selection - Report-Report Interface.

    Prerequisites

    To use the RRI in a BEx Query or BEx Web Application you first have to make the necessary settings with sender-receiver assignment.

    See Editing Sender/ Receiver Assignments for the RRI in BW.

    Features

    Queries, transactions, reports and Web addresses can be jump targets. The parameterization of the target action is taken from the context of the cell that you have jumped from. You can set parameters for calling a BEx Query or a BEx Web Application using input variables which are filled from the selection conditions and the element definitions of the cells highlighted in the sender query.

    Process Flow when Calling the RRI:

    When it is called, the RRI first collects the following information from the cells of the sender query:

    · the global filter: the rows and columns of the query definition; see also the documentation on query definition.

    · variables

    · the dynamic filter: the values in the navigation block of the query (filter that can be changed by navigation) including hierarchies; see also the documentation on navigation blocks in Web applications – this also applies to functionality in the BEx Analyzer

    · filters from the selected restricted key figure

    · filter from the selected drill-down characteristics (see also Navigation and Navigation Functions)

    The RRI delivers this information to the receiver as the valid selections. For more information on how this is done and exactly what you need to note, see Receiver.

    Example

    For your cost center report (sender), you want to request master data from an R/3 system (receiver).

    For a BEx Query with the up-to-date sales figures for your customer (sender), you want to request up-to-date stock market data on your customer listed on the stock exchange from the Internet.

    Regards,

    Hareesh

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:47 PM

    closed

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