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BPMon: Table Entry Counter Key Figure

Hi guys.

When using the key figure "Table Entry Counter", if one of the fields in the table is a datestamp, is it possible to set a dynamic date field on this? E.g. would it be possible to only look at the last 2 weeks?

Thanks,

John

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2010 at 10:43 AM

    Hi John,

    I think you got your answer quite some time ago via OSS message. But in order to benefit the community I also want to provide an answer here. There exists a Setup Guide for the Table Entry Counter under http://service.sap.com/bpm > Media Library > Technical Information in which it is explained how to realize dynamic dates.

    You can also follow the direct link http://service.sap.com/~sapdownload/011000358700000767792010E

    Best Regards

    Volker

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    • Hi Volker,

      I am trying to setup the BPM for number of entries in the table.When i am trying to put the selection criteria as relative date for my field CRETIME(which is the creation date in format) as $TIMED-2,since

      the requirement is to fetch number of rows for the creation date, two days prior to current time.

      I have tried to use the other keywords $TIMES/H as well, however no result is fetched.

      The field of the date is DEC15 which is supported per the document in the link above.The screenshot is attached below for reference.

      Do suggest if i am performing something in terms of approach/syntax when i am setting this monitoring object.

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