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Setting up Precalculated web templates

Hi, I want to know how do you set your precalculated web templates to execute for let's say this month, or today in one of the variables (0calmonth, 0calday), not a static date (ex. 9/1/04), maybe an SAP Exit you can use. Also, if a precalculated template executes one night for 1 month (ex. Sep 2004), would the web template(online in stored mode) execute the stored data if I run it for any day within that month? (Using Calmonth and Calday)

One more question. How do I have precalculation happen at the "read all data at once" mode? So that when the data is precalculated, I can now run the query and use any free characteristics and/or swaps/drilldowns/filters without going back to the database to retrieve information?

These are 3 different questions, sorry I didnt put a different topic for each.

Thanks,

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    Posted on Oct 27, 2004 at 03:33 PM

    Could anybody help me out with this?

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2004 at 05:19 PM

    Anybody wanna help me out with these other 2 questions?

    Thanks,

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 10:27 PM

    Hello There,

    Pre-cache will be lost once you load data in that particular provider on which query been cached. (Ofcourse, it will be cached back when the report got executed by the 1 st time) and

    If any users execute the report with out of range selections those used in pre-cache.

    Hope it helps a bit..

    Goodluck.

    Mavi

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