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Execute BPS planning function on opening of web planning layout

Hi all,

Does anyone know how to execute a planning function automatically at the moment of opening a web planning layout in a BPS web planning folder(tx code BPS_WB/BPS_WIF0)?

This was possible in the old BPS planning folder, but does not seem possible in the web planning folders?

Thanks,

Rael

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 04:12 PM

    Hello Rael,

    Basically you have 2 options:

    - Use the same trick as in the how to paper "How to call a BPS Web Interface with predefined variable values" (see service market place, alias BW, then BI Planning). In the BSP page you do not set a variable value but use the BPS API to execute a planning function (just call the function module API_SEMBPS_FUNCTION_EXECUTE). When using the url parameters in a similar way as in the how to paper you can call different function modules for different web applications.

    - You can use the application class in the web interface builder and call the function in the "on load" method. There is a how to paper describing how such a application class can be used (Validate key figure values in manual planning - web). Note that there another event is used and thus a check AFTER input is done.

    Well - the second option might be a little more elegant but I think the first one is definitely less complicated and less work...

    Best regards,

    Gerd Schoeffl

    SAP NetWeaver RIG BI

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Rael,

      you can workaround that limitation without any SE80. How to do: Open Web Interface and select root node => Set the property generate class = true (this will open the field for the class name) => Generate the Web Interface - and VERY IMPORTANT: uncheck the option 'regenerate class' from the pop-up.

      This should answer your question and make the how to applicable for you.

      Regards, Olaf

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