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Roles to delete a Query and a Workbook

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which Roles do i need to delete a query or a workbook?

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Gilo

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2007 at 09:55 PM

    Hi,

    You don't need any roles to delete queries. First check where the Queries are being used, using where used list and you will find if the queries are being used in any Web Templates, WorkBooks and any View based on this query. First you have to delete all the dependencies and then you can delete the Query from the Query Designer using the Delete Button or using T.Code RSZDELETE.

    Cheers.

    Ranga.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:24 AM

    Hi,

    Could you please tell me how can I delete a workbook from the production system using a tranport request from development system? Our production system is display only, and all the changes about queries or workbooks are realized via transport requests. Thank you very much

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    • Hi,

      There are different ways of deleting a workbook.

      The workbook might be deleted with function module RRMX_WORKBOOK_DELETE.The workbook id can be found in the table RSRWBINDEXT

      The report RSWB_ROLES_REORG (see note 385219) may help to find workbooks that are not assigned to roles. Please use this report carefully,it offers to delete these workbooks.

      RSZDELETE will delete the query and hence direct deletion of the data provider will invalidate objects: workbooks, templates, views, bookmarks and many others.

      Read note 1014105 for bex transport request.

      Best Regards

      Manoj Kumar

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