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Different Result Between Open Workbook and Open Query with same Query

Hi everyone,

I have one workbook. It's contain one query, let's call it query X. I have change this query and transport it to production system. The problem is there different result between workbook execution (open workbook) and query execution (open query) even it's use same query (it execute in development system). For example, i change query in workbook (global definition), untick checkbox for suppress zero in structure at query X (before is ticked). When i refresh query in this workbook, my query still suppress zero but when i open this query in different sheet (open query), the result is value zero is not suppressed. What makes this happen? It seems, changes on query not have effect when execute workbook but when execute this query alone, the change is displayed...

Thank you and Regards,

Satria

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 09:04 AM

    Hi,

    Please detach the query and reinsert the query in the workbook.

    The results shoudl get reflected then after retransport.

    Regards,

    Nitin Pardeshi

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Satria,

      You can detach the query in Bex analyser.

      Once you open the workbook, right click context menu,

      has the option to delete the query from work book.

      The query can be reinserted again.

      However a better solution would be to make the format changes in the workbook properties and save the changes.

      Regards,

      Nitin

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 09:00 AM

    Somtimes the changes doesn't reflect. Just reinsert the query in the wokbook. It will go fine.

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