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Displaying current work status in BPC Excel report

Hi All,

Could any of you tell me how do we retrive the current work status that has been set for a particular application on to a Excel?

We would get this in BPC WEB reports, but we are lookin gto display it in excel itself.

Does EVLCk function have any link with this?

can any one share the details of list of EV functions that can be used in BPC 7.0.

Regards,

Swetha

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 08:09 PM

    Hi Swetha-

    SAP Note 1348997 "BPC NW 7.0 SP03 Work Status Explanation" provides a detailed PowerPoint deck that explains the specifics around Work Status. Please note slide #39 and the mention of EVLCK.

    A few additional notes that may be of interest:

    EVLCK became available to SAP BPC 70 NetWeaver with SP02 (pls review SAP note 1310443, as well as the "BPC 7.0 SP03 NW Documentation Updates" in Note 1349538).

    Regards,

    Sheldon

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    • Former Member

      Hi Sheldon,

      I tried to create a work status report using evlck in SAP NetWeaver platform. As the notes suggest our system is upgraded to SP02 but still am getting the #RFR error... Can u please help me in this..

      Thanks in Advance...

      Regards,

      G.Vijaya Kumar.

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