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SAPQuery

Has anyone used the SAPQuery connection successfully?

I get to the point where it pops up a dialog box that should be listing queries, but it's empty.
We have over 3,000 queries in our SAP system (4.6c) so maybe it's timing out?

Do I need to do anything special to make the queries available to Qlikview?

Even a sample of the correct syntax for pulling data from a query would be helpful.

Thanks,Ben

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mike_garcia
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SAPQuery

I have not really used it, but this is stated in the Installation Guide:

1.1.1 User configuration

Use the same User as defined for the SQL Connector. You have to give this User access to the relevant SAP Query User Groups by using transaction SQ03. All Queries in the User Groups you assign will be available via the Query Connector.

Hope this Helps, Good Luck!

Mike.



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mike_garcia
Contributor III

SAPQuery

I have not really used it, but this is stated in the Installation Guide:

1.1.1 User configuration

Use the same User as defined for the SQL Connector. You have to give this User access to the relevant SAP Query User Groups by using transaction SQ03. All Queries in the User Groups you assign will be available via the Query Connector.

Hope this Helps, Good Luck!

Mike.



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SAPQuery

That worked! Thanks.

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