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How to retrive the topic

Hi,

I just created new discussion topic in SAP BW but after clicking on save discussion topic, I was not able to go back to my post or topic. Is there any way to do that ?

It is quite possible that this will also happen with this post so please respond me at shrikedar@rediffmail.com

can this discussion forum be made more intuitive like normal discussion forums.

Thanks,

Kedar

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2004 at 11:37 AM

    Now the way I retrived this post is I went to option of List by Author and then going alphabetically to my name, Is there any simple way to find your own post and topic.

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    • Hi Kedar,

      If you sort the list after 'Topic Date' your just created post will show up at the bottom.

      Also if you sort by last post day (Which should be called last reply date), the posts that don't have a reply yet will be at the bottom too.

      Also within a very short time your posts are indexed and you can search for any word in them. If I search for 'Kedar' I find both of your posts.

      Hope that helps, we are working on improving this functionality soon.

      All the best, Mark.

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