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RRI Jump problem

This is regarding the RRI jump.

I am trying to jump from a report to a transaction. All the assignments are made to be generic. Now the problem is that when I try to execute this jump I get a warning stating that “Selection for InfoObject cannot be uniquely assigned”.

What is the problem and how do I proceed?

Regards

Nitin

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2005 at 05:38 AM

    Hi Klaus,

    Thanx for the reply. I have lot of material numbers in my report and i want to show the details of each material using the jump to a transaction.

    Could you tell me what could be the settings in the above case?

    Thanx and Regards

    Nitin

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    • Hi Nitin,

      check the 'Detailed Mapping' button in the Sender/Receiver assignment. For further information about the different mapping option, please have a look at the online documentation.

      If this mapping does not suit your needs, you might also check the Invert routine in the transfer rules. Yet, normally you should get it to work with alternative 1.

      Cheers

      Andreas

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2005 at 08:56 AM

    It seems that you have an ambiguous assignment (more than one value or maybe none) for a transaction that needs exactly one value (like e.g. one material number). So if the number is not unique you can't jump to the transaction because it doesn't know which number to use.

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