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Execution of UPC_BUNDLE_EXECUTE_STEP with 0FISCPER

Dear collegues,

I´ve a problem to execute the UPC_BUNDLE_EXECUTE_STEP program to schedule a BPS global sequence several step using 0FISCPER. I created an exit variable with 0FISCPER and 0FISCVARNT but this way, the flag "restriction of values required by user" is setted and in the program show me an error: "Specify a variable for the values of the compound characteristics".

I need to execute step-by-step a sequence from 007.2007 to 012.2008, for example, and I don´t know how I can restrict the year and period.

Please, help me!!!!!!!

Regards!!!

Mareane

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 10:14 AM

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    Hi<br>

    Sorry but I'm a bit lost here.<br>

    Can you please clarify again where exactly are you facing the problem? Whilst trying to write customer exit code for Fiscal Period or while scheduling execution of global planning sequence in background?

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    Hope it helps.<br>

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 03:29 PM

    Hi,

    Please don't use any variables for 0FISCPER, in the level check it for selection on package.

    thanks

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