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Reg - Custom created OLAP Variable is not being picked in IP

Hello Everyone,

As per the requirement ,I have created a variable to 0Calmonth Char and i have written a customer exit in SMOD to extract past 6 months data monthly ,but the issue is we can't view the newly created Variable in the IP OLAP Variable list.

I have created the Variable in Background(RSZV) as BW version is 2.0.

Please suggest me corrective actions ASAP,

Thanks & Regards,

Rashmi.

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    Posted on Jun 24, 2008 at 10:38 AM

    Hi,

    first you have to create the variable then you have to write the code to that variable.

    Suppose your variable name is ZVAR_CAL. in SMOD you have to write the code like this.

    When ZVAR_CAL

    followed by that you have to mention your code to caluclathe that.

    then use the variable in the report.

    Regards,

    Chandra.

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    • Former Member

      Hi ,

      Thanks for ur reply,

      I have created a variable YVC0001 and then only i have written code for that in SMOD like

      When YVC0001

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      This new variable i can view in the queries but not in IP OLAP Variable list ,this is my actual issue.

      so can you tell me is there any other activity should i do to display New OLAP Variable in the IP OLAP list.

      Please give ur inputs quickly as this is urgent requirement.

      Thanks in advance,

      Rashmi.

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2008 at 07:06 AM

    if we uncheck the "Reday for Input" in the Variable creation screen then this will be available in IP selection screen's OLAP variable list

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