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areas, other systems (reports and transactions), and to the Internet. We will review the setup and all the functionality available for both the query-level RRI and the InfoProvider-level RRI. Figure 7-2 shows the details of the query-level and the InfoProvider-level options. We will discuss the options for the use of RRI for internal and external program calls. When it is called, RRI first collects the following information from the cells of the sender query: The global filter (the rows and columns of the query definition) Variables The dynamic filter (the values in the navigation block of the query, including hierarchies and any other filters) The filter from the selected RKF The filter from the selected drilldown characteristics The RRI provides this information to the receiver as valid selections.
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To start the process, we have to create a series of queries or conceptually identify the jump process so that we can have the information for our jump targets. These are basically the objects we will be using as receivers in the sender/receiver process. Once we have defined these parameters and objects, we can start the setup of the RRI. In this example, we have set up two queries. One, shown in the first of the following illustrations, has Division as one of the characteristics. The other has Division and Sold-To Party identified, as shown in the second illustration. To get to the start of the RRI setup, from the initial screen select SAP
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in the RRI Source System InfoSource Mandatory Inputs External SAP Source System InfoSet Queries Transactions ABAP/4 Reports
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Overview of RRI system setup
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Menu | Business Explorer | Query | Maintain Sender-Recipient Mapping. This is where you set up all the connections for the RRI to work.
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NOTE Some additional components, such as the appropriate authorizations in all the different
systems and the RFC (Remote Function Call) connections, we need to make sure are configured. These are normally another group s responsibilities, but it is important to confirm that the connections between systems will work. The first of the following illustrations shows the menu view. Once you execute this option, you will be presented with a screen for the RRI functionality. The second illustration shows the screen and parameters. A number of buttons are self-explanatory, such as Create, Change, and Delete. For the option Assignment Details, it is important to understand what is required to enter in the fields. We ll come back to that at the appropriate time. For now, if we look at the other tabs we can identify the query-level RRI and the InfoProvider-level RRI (All Queries of InfoProvider). We ll start with the One Query process and choose a query as the sender.
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NOTE The setup of the InfoProvider-level RRI is exactly the same as the setup of the query-level
RRI. The only difference between the two is that you choose an InfoProvider rather than a query as the sender. To do this, use the F4 input help to view all the queries in the system. In this example, we will choose a query with just Division assigned and thus use this as the root query or starting point for this process (technical name is XBW_CUST_QUERY1). Next, we execute the Create option, and we will see the screen shown in the following illustration. Notice the entry for the sender query behind the pop-up Maintain Sender/Receiver Assignment. The sender/receiver relationship has a number of choices. Initially, we will choose a report type. The report types are described in Table 7-1.
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NOTE If you want to jump from a web application to a transaction or ABAP/4 report using the RRI,
first you need to install an Internet Transaction Server (ITS) for the target system. The transaction or ABAP report is then displayed in the SAP GUI for HTML, which is part of the ITS. The ITS is also used for jump targets within the BI server. However, this does not have to be installed separately because it is automatically included in a BI system. The URL for starting a transaction in SAP GUI for HTML is generated by the BI server. Next, the target system needs to be confirmed. We have the option of the local system or source system, and we would then identify the source system this object is associated with for processing. At the very bottom of this pop-up is the field Report. In this field we execute an input help option to review the different types of reports that are possible for the
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