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Editing BPC Data Packages

Jan 25 at 11:49 AM

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Hi,

I read the resolution about Editing the BPC Custom Package and I tried to do the same thing. The client that we have wanted to have the settings fixed so that no more changes will happen during the running of the package. The reason being is that a failed Data Manager package was examined and it seems that the settings was changed. Anyway, back to my inquiry.

In the data manager package there are prompts that shows

PROMPT(RADIOBUTTON,%TARGETMODE%,"Handling of records in target",0,{"Append","Overwrite records with match key","Replace data in same data region of Entity, Category, Time and Audit ID"},{"0","1","2"})
PROMPT(RADIOBUTTON,%RUNLOGIC%,"Select whether to run default logic for stored values after importing",1,{"Yes","No"},{"1","0"})
PROMPT(RADIOBUTTON,%CHECKLCK%,"Select whether to check work status settings when importing data.",1,{"Yes, check for work status settings before importing","No, do not check work status settings"},{"1","0"})

What I wanted was to set the selection to a fixed settings so that the client will just click "Next" until the Data Manager is running

What I wanted was to set the first prompt to "APPEND"

Next would be NO - for the RUNLOGIC

and for the CHECKLCK the selection should be NO.

I tried editing it by doing this:

INFO(%TEMPNO1%,%INCREASENO%)
INFO(%ACTNO%,%INCREASENO%)
INFO(%KEYDATE%,)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,OUTPUTNO,%TEMPNO1%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,ACT_FILE_NO,%ACTNO%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,TRANSFORMATIONFILEPATH,%TRANSFORMATION%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,SUSER,%USER%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,SAPPSET,%APPSET%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,SAPP,%APP%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,FILE,%InforProvide%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,INFOPROV_SELECTION,%SELECTION%)
TASK(/CPMB/INFOPROVIDER_CONVERT,KEYDATE,%KEYDATE%)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,PREPROCESSMODE,0)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,TARGETMODE,0)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,INPUTNO,%TEMPNO1%)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,ACT_FILE_NO,%ACTNO%)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,RUNLOGIC,0)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,CHECKLCK,0)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,KEYDATE,%KEYDATE%)

From

TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,TARGETMODE,%TARGETMODE%) I made it to

TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,TARGETMODE,0) same thing for

TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,RUNLOGIC,0)
TASK(/CPMB/LOAD_IP,CHECKLCK,0)

.

Bu when I ran the package the settings don't follow the settings that I want. I maybe doing it wrong I hope someone can let me know how to do it properly.

Thank

Joseph

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Vadim Kalinin Feb 21 at 12:03 PM
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"when I ran the package the settings don't follow the settings that I want" - sorry, but why do you think so?

Where is the package log?

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