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Restrict the data to a set of values in the input selection

Hi,

We have a requirement it goes like this..

I've a object ZTEST which stores values (A,B, C..... Z). This object is extensively used across various DSO's and Infoset and Reports were created on top of them.

Whenever I create a prompt on this object..I get all the values ranging from (A, B,C....Z).

Now my requirement is, one of the report is intrested in only couple of values from ZTEST say (A,B,C and D). If I create prompt on this object I should get only (A, B,C and D ) in the selection screen.

Could anyone help me in this regard

Edited by: Siegfried Szameitat on Nov 3, 2008 12:07 PM

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2008 at 08:20 AM

    ZTEST actually is bringing master data.Thats how it behaves.

    May be making ZTEST authorization relevant and creating a authorization variable may solve your problem.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2008 at 08:21 AM

    Hi Sariu,

    Restict it to A,B,C & D in the query level.

    right click on your query >change query global >right click ZTEST object >restrict >select A,B,C & D from left side panel >drag & drop in right side panel >save it and execute.

    Regards

    Pcrao.

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      Hi Rao,

      As you said the restriction would work, but if the master is getting filled with the new values in the future and if the user need to be added with some more master restriction then its a change again. If we have a standard set of values in the master on which we are trying to restrict then it would be fine otherwise going with the authorization relevant variable would be better.

      Regards

      Vijay

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