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Once we have identified the other report type, the next screen shows a list of the different applications. Finally, we will identify the actual report we want to assign and use as the jump target. Once these activities are complete, click OK button to close the other screens and return to the original screen to confirm that the sender and receiver are correct. The following illustration shows the final screen in this series. As you can see, the receiver is filled in with all the required information, but there are still some other fields that can be filled in. In some cases, these need to be filled in to make sure the data being read is consistent with what the business user requires. These fields are Src. System and Transformation/InfoSource. They confirm that information being read is coming from the correct source. For example, if the query being used is built on a MultiProvider or if multiple feeds are uploading into the InfoCube, you can assign the source system and the transformation/InfoSource object to these fields to identify exactly what information will be read by the query. Sometimes it is desirable to maintain the field allocations individually for the parameter transfer of the transmitter to the receiver. For this, there are two exits:
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EXIT_SAPLRSBBS_001 Here, the field allocation to the datasource in the source system can be adapted. EXIT_SAPLRSBBS_002 This function module is called before the jump to an ECC source system. The last field in this row is for the entry of a variant. This way, if the query has a variable, the RRI can execute the query using the variant to fill in the variable values and then execute the query. In BI, you can prevent a called report from starting when jumping if it does not fulfill certain conditions you specify as mandatory input. These parameters are accessed via the Assignment Details button. We passed by this button earlier in the process because we couldn t set up the parameters at that time. Now that we have a query as a receiver, we can review the settings. Choose a query in the Receiver screen (left-side box) and click the
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The conditions will be via the parameters. To make changes to the individual fields, choose the required settings from the dropdown list for the respective cells. Here are the options in these fields:
Description Type Default Settings Generic Alternatives V Variable I InfoObject 3 Table field P URL Parameters X Delete Selection Type * P Parameter E Individual Values I Interval S Select option H Hierarchy Mandatory Entry Empty Yes (indicator set)
When the system calls up the receiver, the settings made in the Field Assignments dialog box are set. We have finished configuring the necessary settings for the RRI to work. Jump targets that have been assigned to a BEx query can be selected in Web Applications and in the BEx Analyzer. You access them from the context menu under the Goto function.
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Here are some additional notes about the information transferred during the RRI process for specific receiver objects. For Crystal Reports, when the RRI is called with a Crystal Report as the receiver, only the variables are filled. There is no transfer of filters as with BEx queries. When the RRI is called with a transaction or an ABAP/4 report as the receiver, it s done with the RRI from the SAP NetWeaver Application Server. This is possible in an ERP system, a CRM system, or within the BI system. The selections are prepared by the BI system, but the BI system does not recognize the transaction or the report. The assignment is transferred from the RRI of the SAP NetWeaver Application Server using inverse transformation rules. There must also be a complete chain from the datasource of the source system to the InfoSource, through transformations up to the InfoProvider. This does not mean that data absolutely has to be loaded using this chain, only that this chain is consistent with the upload of the data. Calling the RRI for ABAP reports only works for fields with a dictionary reference. For transactions, this means that the DynPro has to have a dictionary reference. Not every transaction can be called with the RRI of the SAP Application Server. For some transactions (such as SV03), you need to program a utility program if you still want to call it using the RRI. In terms of the InfoSet query, the same process applies as described for transactions and ABAP reports. When the RRI is called with a web address as receiver, the assignment details have to be maintained. You have to specify the name of the input field in the field name column. URL variables cannot be used. Before we review the results of the RRI process, let s add some additional jump targets to this process. We will add two additional jump targets to the query XBW_CUST_QUERY2. In this case, we will add a query and a URL so that we can review that setup process. The assignment of the additional query is exactly the same as what has been described earlier, except for the fact that the sender is the query XBW_CUST_QUERY2. The only difference is in the assignment of the URL for the jump to the Internet site. The following illustration shows the configuration for the website for SAP.com. As you can see, the configuration is similar except for the fact that you can enter a value into a grayed-out field. The choice of Web Address is correct. We ll leave Target System as Local but then enter the URL into the field for Report. This field shows as being grayed out, but you can enter a value here. Now the reporting strategy is to jump two query levels.
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