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ABAP Screen in BI


There is need to create an ABAP screen in BI, which will be called using a custom transaction. Screen will accept and store the user inputs into a normal database table created for the screen. Database table is created using transaction se11 in SAP BI.

This is just a thought and I am not sure whether it is possible or not. I need help from you guys to find out the feasibility.

Note: Developing this in ECC is not an option.

Please provide your valuable suggestions.... Thanks



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    Posted on Dec 17, 2010 at 11:02 AM


    BI system do not restrit you to create reports using SE38.

    All you need is

    Create a table in SE11

    Create a screen layout in SE51

    Create a Module pool report and save it as a transaction

    When calling the transaction, you can use your logic to save data into the user defined table.

    Additionaly, you can use this table to fetch data into BI system.


    P Renjith Kumar

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2010 at 10:13 AM

    yes, you can create all that in BI as you would in R/3. SE38, SE37, SE11,...are also there in BI...

    so no problem there, the question is : do you have a specific purpose with this info, and do you have a problem there?


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