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Once we have confirmed this, we can go back into the ABAP program and execute the program Z_VARIANT_MAINTENANCE and fill in the required fields and any additional information. In this case, we are looking to change the value of the division in the variable. Therefore, fill in the value 3000 as the low value for the division. The following illustration shows this information.
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Next, we can verify that the value has changed by reviewing the RSRVARIANT table again. As you can see, the value 1000 has been replaced with 3000.
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The final step in this process is to confirm that the actual value in the variable screen has changed. Therefore, we re-execute the query and get a prompt for the variant available (ZUSER_VAR01). We use it to fill in the variable field. Now you can see that the value assigned to the variant has changed to reflect the 3000 division rather than the 1000 division. The following two illustrations show these steps.
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Now let s complete this discussion with the additional information around the 7.0 BI variants and the additional table RSRPARAMETRIZA that holds the variants for this version. The creation of variants in the 7.0 version for either the BEx Analyzer or the Web components will add these new variants to the RSRPARAMETRIZA table and not the RSRVARIANT table. Therefore you may have the two tables that are holding the variants not being in sync. There is a specific SAP ABAP program that will help with that process and make sure that each table has the same variants. So if you are running some queries in the 7.0 and others in the 3.x they will have access to all of the variants whether they were created in either version. There are a couple of comments around this new table in the 7.0 version that we need to address. The fact that the variants are held in the RSRPARAMETRIZA table in the format of XML is a big difference then what you might have been use to in the former versions. In those versions the values for the variants were held in a table and basically managed using ABAP programs. In this case the values are held in a string of XML language but some of the other values such as the technical name of the variant are being held in the standard format. If you are looking to affect these entries you will need to make sure that you are creating a ABAP program that addresses the need to change values in an XML format rather than just a position in a basic table. Another concern is that in both cases, either BEx Analyzer or the WEB components, when you create a variant these variants are personalized to the individual that created them and are not available for other processes such as, using them to do any sorts of Information Broadcasting activities. That means that one of the parameters in the variant table is to assign an X to the variant personalization automatically. Therefore you will need to create a program that will effectively remove that X parameter from the RSRPARAMETRIZA table so that everyone can use the variant and not just the creator of that variant. A final note that is just for your information is that the variants that are created in the BEx Analyzer will be stored with a system generated index and you will see that in the table rather than the technical name that you assigned when you saved it but if you create the variant on the web it will be saved with the technical name that you assigned. Don t get me wrong, you will still be able to use the variant with the system generated index since the technical name that you saved it with is also stored in the table but you will notice that it shows the encrypted index rather than the true technical name. To adjust these variant values you will follow the same approach as you did for adjusting the 3.x variants but you will be looking to make the changes in the RSRPARAMETRIZA table rather than the RSRVARIANT table. Therefore, create a program that will allow the IT department to manage the values of the variants from a central screen rather than having to try to individually manage each variable and variant.
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