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BEx Analyzer: using VBA without using workbooks ???

Hi,

is there any way to use VBA-scripts, while not using workbooks ?

short description of my problem:

I want to place an button in <i>every Querie</i> (not only in workbooks), which shows an short description of the query.

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Or does anyone knows an other way to solv my problem (e.g. using an User Exit,...)?

Kind regards

Sebastian

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2007 at 03:48 PM

    You should use "Documents for metadata" to have this description. Then you could active or deactive this.

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for answering,

      but that's not what i'm searching for.

      Now a more detailed description of my probelm.

      I'm searching for a mechanism to place (automaticly) a Text in an empty row of a Query ( e.g. to display "That is a Testquerie don't use " or to display a Help message ).

      To solv this I found a couple of functions (e.q. UPF_EXCEL_AFTER_DATA_PUT_01 or RH_START_EXCEL_WITH_DATA) but they don't work .

      Maybe I'm just to stupid to handle them right... 😉

      Hope somebody can help me.

      Kind regards

      Sebastian Bellmann

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