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Open Hub with dynamic call of parameters

Dear all,

how can I call or schedule a Open Hub Service with dynamic parameters.

Example:

0CALMONTH = 03.2005 for today.

For next month it would be 04.2005.

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  • Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 07:01 PM

    Hi Chan,

    It would be great to have this possible, but SAP mentions that only single values and intervals are possible as selections. Some other options are:

    1. Allow the InfoSpoke to be changed in the Production system so that you can change the Selections.

    2. Use the BADI...but in this case it will not be very efficient as you will have to extract all and then select few.

    3. Use the APD - transaction RSANWB. This allows you to run a query with your selections and populate a data target like ODS.

    Hope this helps...

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    Posted on Mar 09, 2005 at 07:08 PM

    Hello Chan,

    unfortunately it is not possible at the moment to use variables in the selection in a InfoSpoke.

    A workaround could be to use the RSCRM_BAPI transaction.

    Hope this helps... thanks for some points.

    Michael

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    Posted on Mar 10, 2005 at 09:23 AM

    Dear all,

    many thanks for your quick answer.

    Regards Chiwing.

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      Hi,

      Your best bet is to create an InfoProvider (usually an ODS) that has just the data you need.

      e.g. overall invoice items ODS to feed an ODS with just one day's data. process chain deletes the day's data ODS after extract each day.

      Ken

  • Posted on Apr 27, 2005 at 10:46 PM

    Hi Chiwing,

    You could try this. The table that contains the selection options for all the infospokes is RSBSPOKESELSET. You could create a process chain that first executes an ABAP code and changes the selection of the infospoke based on current date and then runs the infospoke.

    This table is a simple one with just one join and anyway you will only be modifying the fields and not adding or deleting records from it that might make it unstable.

    Points to remember:

    1. If you change your infospoke, you will have to change the code as well.

    2. Put in a check in the code to first verify whether the infospoke and the infoobject exists before executing.

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