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BW Report to R/3 Transaction

Hello,

Here is the scenario: Users want to run a report in BW to validate their data. Then for the entries that are not assigned, they want to be able to click on the object(employee) and jump to R/3 to a transaction where now they are going to fill in the data for that particular object.

As anybody done this?

Thanks,

Helena

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2004 at 04:55 PM

    We are doing that right now. What we are doing is creating a small BSP application that builds a SAPSHORTCUT.INI file, we are then adding a link to the BW report with the correct parameters when a user clicks the link the BSP application loads in a new window the SAPSHORTCUT which the user is then prompted to Open or Save --> when they open it the GUI loads the transaction in SAP.

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      > Hi Dirk,

      > I am facing the similar situation.

      > How can i create another instance?Can you provide

      > more detailed information?

      > Thanks.

      Another instance means another source system. Just connect a different client to your BW.

      Best regards

      Dirk

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 04:19 PM

    Hi Dirk,

    is it also possible to use SSO Functionality in this scenario ? When i`m using RRI ?

    We want to jump from a BSP based Application on SAP BW side to a SAP R/3 Transaction. And we want to use the SSO functionality.

    Thanks for your help

    Best regards

    Andreas

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