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The URL command to filter a range for 0FISCPER


Does someone know how to set a filter for a range for 0FISCPER in an URL.

I tried FILTER_VALUE_LOW and FILTER_VALUE_HIGH, but this seems not to work for a compounded InfoObject.

Next I tried FILTER_OPERATOR=GT and FILTER_OPERATOR=LT but also this didn't give any results.



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    Posted on Jun 29, 2004 at 07:25 AM


    please keep in mind to specify the complete compounded value.


    For example the correct notation could be

    FILTER_VALUE_LOW = K42004006

    You can verify the correct filter value format this way:

    Create a drop-Down-Box with 0FISCPER execute the template with parameter snippet_operations= (To ensure that an url request is sent) Now you can check in the url the correct format. Or just have a look on the generated HTML-Coding.


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