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Identifier need to print through condition output ......

satya11719
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Hi ,

I have query after long time, I tried maximum and need your expert advise .

I have an identifier which will print only when the particular phrase "XX" is exist in the characteristic of single value assignment instance .

Here I used conditional output but it is working if the valur assignment instance contain single phrase only  if multiple phrase it's not working .

So I took one method c14 stack top & push but in this case multiple phrases in single VAI it's working but if I remove Phrase "X" from particular VAI then also it is showing identifier in output.

Can anyone overcome this issue please let me know if any way to achieve this.

Thanks

Satya

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christoph_bergemann
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Dear Satya

in some parallel thread we have seen that there are "limitations" for the "condition" part in SAP standard. I have added link in document to that thread if i remember correct.I found only: Wildcards allowed for conditional output? | SCN

but may be

could be of interest

The idea to use the "stack" is clear an interesting option.  But there seems to be "trouble" in some data situation.

Honestly: i never ever had the need to do it like you describe in your demand. Main interest in WWI development on my side is:

a.) either use "usage on identifier level to select "right" identfier

b.) use that in "combination" with an "ident listing"

As you may be knwo: we have this "trade secret" solution as well; but this wil not help in your sitution,

Your topic seems more "general". It seems to be (based on your feedback) that you can not use "conditions" if you have a characteristic which can have many values. Interesting. I would expect that it should work

I found this in online help:

"The system takes characteristics with multiple values into account only in comparisons of two characteristics, that is only when a symbol of a characteristic is entered as the comparison value. Only the operators Equal To (EQ) and Not Equal To (NE) are then possible here. If you enter a different operator, or if a comparison of a multiple-value characteristic is performed with a predefined value or a predefined string, this leads to an error in report generation."


I have highlighted the "important" part. (I am not sure abnout SAP explanation. Mjust both characteristic be of type "multiple" value? As a "work" aorund one could think of this solution: Just generate a new characteristic in same property; Maintain there the "critical" phrase and then you can compare the "relevant" characteristic to the new characteristic. It might work (bnut if you use SAP standard valeu assignemnt: any add of a customer spec characteristic is a "modification" and thsi approach is nnot recommended.


Further work around: just generate a "dummy" property having thscharacteristic. Maintain the the "phrase" and the compare characetristic one content (from property one) to characetristic two in secon proepty. Give this a try as this is more SAP standard (but clearly complex)

E.g. for maintenance of second property you could just use a "REAL_GRP"maintain there tzhe data once and "reference "to any relevant REAL_SUB.



If i read his: your demand is not supported in standard SAP.


so sorry:

As always: i am "pretty" sure that there is a solution; but using "own symbols" and programming


C.B.


PS: please close your threads. There are still i believe roughly 5 threads open


PPS: can you please describ a little bit your "business demand" for such a solution?