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Creating CPM variable with interval, multiple single values etc.

Hi,

I'm trying to create a variable in SEM-CPM-MC, but no matter what I do, I'm only able to create a runtime variable with selection type P - Variable for single value. I can select the other values, but when I save the variable, SAP automatically corrects it to P - Singe value again. I can also create a design variable with the other types, but not a runtime variable. How do I create a variable for which you can enter an interval/multiple single values?

In the documentation it also says, that you should be able to create variables on a frame level. I don't see any button where I can create a variable on a frame level. I've done exactly as it says on help.sap.com, but I don't have a button to create a new variable on a frame level. How do I do that?

Any help is appreciated and will be rewarded generously :o)

Thanks,

-J

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 12:54 PM

    Hi;

    Have you solved this problem?

    At the moment, I came across exactly the same problem with you.

    If you explain the solution, i would be very appreciated.

    Regards.

    Hulya

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    • You can create a run time variable with a single value only. If you want multiple values or a range of values, that variable has to be a design variable. You can not create a run time variable with multiple values. That has been the case since the inception of MC. The run time variable is used by a user to select one value at a time at run time. It is not for preselecting a list of values. What you can do though is that you can create a run time variable for a hierarchy node instead of a characteristic value and see if that meets your need.

      Regards

      Pravin

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