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Hi Folks,

I am new bi. pls tell me difference between

I_step =0

I_step =1

I_step =2

I_step =3

Thanks for advance



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● I_STEP = 1

Call is made directly before variable entry.

● I_STEP = 2

Call is made directly after variable entry. This step is only executed if the same variable is not input-ready and could not be filled for I_STEP = 1.

● I_STEP = 3

In this call, you can check the values of the variables. When an exception (RAISE) is triggered, the variable screen appears again. I_STEP = 2 is then also called again.

● I_STEP = 0

The enhancement is not called from the variable screen. The call can originate from the authorization check or from the monitor.

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