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Bookmark Id Mystery

How are bookmark ids generated? It appears that they are a randomly generated sequence of numbers and letters. The number of characters varies. We know that this id is stored in a database. How does BW piece together a saved report from this id? <b>Can we reverse engineer the bookmark id?</b> Is there a rosetta stone?

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2004 at 11:08 PM

    HI,

    the id´s of bookmarks are generic system ids.

    you can find all your bookmarks in table "RSZWBOOKMARK"

    hope all your questions are answered in this table.

    you can access the table via transaction se16

    regards

    marcus

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