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Web Functions: 2 FILTER 2 IOBJNM

I'm trying to apply the solution outlined by Heike Guder, who kindly responded to my previous question several days ago. (Web: Linking Similar Objects)

Can anyone help with the exact syntax to allow simultanious filtering (based on drop-down selection) of two tables which both include cost centre, but with different names, i.e.

0COSTCENTER: Cost center is a characteristic

0COORDER__0RESP_CCTR: Responsible Cost Center is a navigable attribute of Order

Here is one of very many combinations I have tried...




Any suggestions greatly appreciated,


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    Posted on Jan 19, 2004 at 10:36 AM

    Hi Robert,

    your URL should somehow look like: (This is an example solution)

    You can't use DATA_PROVIDER_1, DATA_PROVIDER_2 in your URL.

    Please also make sure, that when you use FILTER_IOBJNM_2 you also need FILTER_VALUE_2.

    I think the best option is solution one using a command sequence (as option 2 will filter all dataproviders; and not just the 2 specified). You probably need some javascript-Coding, as you need to use the same filter value in 2 different places. When you use a drop-Down-Box implement an onchange-Javascript function. Read the new selected value and post the correct url.



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      Thanks agian Heike.

      It does seem that JavaScript may be necessary; and someone on SAPFANS kindly provided it. Anybody (with 0CCA_C11 and 0OPA_C11 activated) wishing to apply this solution just needs to copy the following code into the HTML tab of the Web Application Designer, and modify the query names.