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How to Pass Parameters Dynamically

How to Pass Parameters Dynamically

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Pass dynamic parameters to scriptlogic
SAP ProductName:SAP Business Planning and Consolidation 7.0,version for SAP NetWeaverApplicable Product Versions:7.0 SP1 & aboveDocument Version1.1Last Updated:an 2009
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1 Scenario
In this scenario, we will try to pass runtime parameters (called “prompts”) from data manager to script logic.
2 Introduction
 There will be multiple scenarios where we want to get the user input and then, use that value in the scriptlogic calculation. For Example, users may want to pass the percentage value of the budget increase whenthey execute the script logic, not hard-coded inside the script logic. As of Business Planning andConsolidation 7.0 Version for NetWeaver Support Package 1 (scheduled to be released on Dec 12 2008),we are supporting dynamic replacements inside script logic, which means values can be provided fromdata manager and will be replaced dynamically during runtime of your script file. This how to guide walks through a step-by-step example in the ApShell Planning cube. Please note youmust have appropriate NetWeaver BI and BPC authorizations to perform the required steps.

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