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Scheduling of Bex Workbook precalc shows incorrect Variable Entry Screen

Hello All,

We are prototyping the broadcast features on NW 2004s, rel 7, with the 710 gui and latest 3.5 precalc server. We are using 3.5 because we are staying with 3.x Bex for the meantime. We are able to connect to the server and tested it successfully. When attempting to schedule workbooks with required variables via Bex Tools -> Distribute Workbooks, we are receiving the incorrect variable-entry screen for the underlying query. We receive this incorrect variable entry screen regardless of which workbook we are trying to schedule. If we are just refreshing the workbook, we do receive the correct variable entry screen. Has anyone seen this problem, or have any ideas?

Thanks, Jon Dyer

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:20 PM

    Hello Balaji,

    Do you get the same incorrect variable-entry screen for all the workbooks or is it different for each of the workbooks?

    Thanks

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    • Former Member GFS Support PWC

      Jon,

      If you open a workbook in the Analyser do you get that variable screen too. In 3.5 the option on Settings - New Workbook etc. etc. will remove that if a template has been set, not sure on the equivalent in 2004.

      Regards

      Gill

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