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Difference in selecting filter values between Bex and Web

Hi gurus,

does anyone of you have an idea why there is a difference how BW collects selected filter values (F4)?

In the web you have to do this via the readmode (booked values, dimension table, master data) in the webtemplate in contradiction to Bex Analyzer where you can select the readmode per info object.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 09:43 AM

    Van,

    You have a option of setting up the readmode at the web report level when you design it.. But in the BEx Analyzer, you dont have that option. Incase if you want to select the read mode then you can do it at the Infoobject level itself...

    Assign Points if it helps..

    Regards,

    Gattu

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 12:49 PM

    Hi Gattu,

    thanks for your reply however my issue is that I want to use the Bex functionality in web. I don't want to determine a readmode for all characteristics in the webtemplate. This is a not so smart development by SAP.

    Example: for navigational attributes I want to use posted values (to avoid to see large amounts of masterdata) but for some other characteristics I want to use master data or dimension table to boost the performance.

    You can partially arrange this in a webtemplate however than you have to create a webtemplate for a query with max. 15 characteristics.

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