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Issuse while execution of IRPT Page

While execution of IRPT Page for a QM dev. How to Pass multiple and single values to an Exacute query. I am currently usung XML to pass values but it is not giving the correct results like working fine for single entries but not for multiple ones.

Kindly suggest a better way to do the above task. Thanks in advance.

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Swapnil

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 06:05 AM

    Hi,

    go through the link which is mentioned below

    Calling a BAPI with a Table as an input parameter from xMII....

    make sure that you have checked Append XML in Assignment action in your Transaction

    Edited by: Aravinth A on Dec 15, 2011 7:06 AM

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2011 at 06:00 AM

    Hi

    Use Param in the irpt page as show in code below

    <APPLET NAME="Untitled" CODEBASE="/Illuminator/Classes" CODE="iGrid" ARCHIVE="illum8.zip" WIDTH="400" HEIGHT="400" MAYSCRIPT>

    <PARAM NAME="QueryTemplate" VALUE="ModuleName/Templates/QueryTemplate/xtXecute_query">

    <PARAM NAME="DisplayTemplate" VALUE="ModuleName/Templates/DisplayTemplate/dtGrid">

    <PARAM NAME="Param.1" VALUE="'%'">

    <PARAM NAME="Param.2" VALUE="'%'">

    <PARAM NAME="Param.3" VALUE="'%'">

    </APPLET>

    Assign the param in the execute query correctly..

    Regards

    Sweety

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