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Variable type attribute in the WEB

I have the following problem using variable of type attribute using the Web as front-end tool.

In fact we use variable of type characteristic set in the web with no problem using

the example published in PDF document "Call a BSP Web Interface with Predefined Selections".

But the variable of type attribute doesn't work as expected and as works using Microsoft Excel or SAP ALV Grid

as front-end tool because it is not able to write the attribute value in "Set variable" screen.

May you help us?

Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2004 at 09:10 PM


    the how-to paper explicitly mentions that "you cannot use a variable type attribute, as this type cannot be set using the API".

    You have two options:

    - code the WHEN 'ATTRIBUTE' section yourself using ABAP class CL_SEM_VARIABLE

    - replace the attribute variable with a CHARACTERISTIC variable type exit.



    SAP NetWeaver RIG, US BI

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    • Former Member Marc Bernard

      Hello Marc, your councils have been much precious.

      I have created a function and it's executed from the BSP every time that a user load a layout in which it is necessary to value one o more variables of type attribute.

      Best regards,

      Nicola Commari

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