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Passing Parameters from Webdynpro ABAP to POWL Query at Runtime

Dear All,

I have set of powl queries and i have integrated successfully to Webdynpro ABAP and the list of queries will have set of parameters. My requirement is there any way to pass value from WDA to powl query at runtime? since the query parameters are configured in the transaction POWL_QUERY and i am searching for passing values to query parameters dynamically.

APPRECIATE IN ADVANCE FOR THE ANSWERS.

Regards,

Rumeshbabu S

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2012 at 08:53 AM

    Hi look at the contents of my google folder. May be the books are helpful for you to solve your problem.

    https://docs.google.com/folder/d/0B6qvdMI_VJECam5YTkRxY3VrV1E/edit

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