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variable code in webi report XI R3 from BO object metadata

variable code in webi report XI R3 from BO object metadata

variable code in webi report XI R3 from BO object metadata

(OP)
Hi All,
I have a little issue and I hope someone can help me.

For example in BO universe I have this table with 2 fields filled by "classic" value and 1 filled by "metadata code" like this:
f.e.
Field1 Field2 Field3
1 100 'if Field2=100 then 1 else 0'
2 200 'if Field2=200 then 1 else 0'
.......

after I mapped the fields in related BO Object Dimensions.

then in a report I would you like to use Field3 Dimension as a result and not as a string

f.e.
is it possibile to obtain the following result in a report?

1 100 1 <-- if result and non the string
2 200 1 <-- if result and non the string

thanks a lot for your cooperation
Best regard

ap








RE: variable code in webi report XI R3 from BO object metadata

There is no way to get Webi to evaluate a text "formula" that is stored in the database.

-Dell

DecisionFirst Technologies - Seven-time SAP BusinessObjects Solution Partner of the Year
www.decisionfirst.com

RE: variable code in webi report XI R3 from BO object metadata

(OP)
Hi Dell
I had supposed sad , anyway thanks for the help.

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