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Problem with i_step = 3 and message output in WAD template

Hello experts,

we experience a "funny" problem with our variables user exit in connection with WAD. In the exit step i_step = 3 (include ZXRSRU01) we create error messages using message class RSBBS depending on particular value combinations of the exit variables. Everything works fine in BEx query AND in the WAD template in DEV system -> the error messages are displayed in top of the selection dialogue, that's ok. But in PROD ONLY the messages in BEx work fine, NOT in the WAD template!

We have no idea what's missing during transport from DEV to PROD. What could it be? It has to be something concerning WAD...

Any help is appreciated, points will be rewarded


Thilo Krawietz

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2007 at 11:09 AM

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    Please debug the query in PROD using Transaction RSRT and Query Display as HTML.


    Hope it helps.<br>

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      Hello Nirav,

      in WAD 3.5 template:

      - you disable warnings by adding the following line in the object tag TEMPLATE PROPERTIES (in HTML tab):

      <param name="SUPPRESS_WARNINGS" value="X"/>

      The same effect is achieved when you check the checkbox "Do not display warnings", which is the 4th entry in the template properties box (left bottom in WAD window) in the web item tab.

      in WAD 7.0 template you can disable warnings in the xhtml tab by adding the code line

      <bi:WARNINGS_VISIBLE value="" />

      in the section:



      or in the left bottom properties box (only visible when layout tab is active) by unchecking the entry "Warnings visible" under section "Internal display"

      I hope this helps you!



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