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How to supress warning messages in the Portal.

Hi Experts,

I have one query which is created on top the virtual provider ( infocube based on direct dtp). when i am run the reports it throws lot of warning messages as like below.

No quntity conversion possible.

Quanity unit of measure CS in Quantiy DataStore object UOM0MATE not available

characteristic 0MATERIAL , Characteristic value 0000000000012458

But my client does not want to see those warning massges.

I have already checked in RSRT massages, there is no related massages available.

I am executing report by using portal there i am getting warning massages, but when i am run the report by using BEx Analyser , i am not not getting any warning massages.

I have checked those warning massage number is : 064, 065, 159. in the warning message logs.

I tred to find out the above message number in the RSRT ---> Massages.But unfortunately warning massage numbers not available.

Plese provide me some inputs.



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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 03:35 PM

    Hi Venu,

    Can you please try this in WAD:

    Warnings Visible = off
    Information Visible = off
    System Messages = off

    I think you should apply this in the standard template or whatever is being used.



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