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Error in drill down in SNP planning book

Hi All,

I am facing a problem when I try to execute a drill down in SNP planning book. Whenever I load a selection and try to drill down on Product/Location, I get a message that the "drilldown function is not valid".

When we debugged the function module MSDP_NAVIGATION, we found that there is a condition that for a SNP planning book, if there are any active macros containing the DRILL_UP/DRILL_DOWN function and they are not assigned to any event, we get this error.

Has anyone encountered a similar problem before?

Thanks,

Kedar

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  • Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 11:07 AM

    Hi Kedar,

    The standard macro book associated with SNP data view comes with a couple of composite macros associated with events as follows.

    Composite Macro ---- Event

    Drill(Level) --- Level Change

    Drill(Start) --- Start

    Compare your macro book (macros and events) with that of SNP standard macro book(from which yours modeled off). It might help you to fix the issue.

    Thanks,
    Rajesh

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  • Posted on May 02, 2012 at 01:39 PM

    Hi Kedar,

    You need to look at your macros.

    It seems that there are some macros where drill-up or drill-down is used, but macros is not created properly.

    If you are unable to resolve the issue yourself, please share the screenshots from such macros, and we could guide you.

    Thanks - Pawan

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