How to fetch the query string in BW?

Hi Gurus,
How can fetch the query string from BW Server to implement  Bex web application Iview.
*Now to get the information "BEx Web Application Query String". open the SAP Log on and open the BW Browser, double click any of the queries available, this will open a window and select the Query String ( it should be between & to end &).*
Explain the above point with more detail like how will open the bw browser what is the step for that?where the query string will available in BW browser.
Higher points will be rewarded for valuable inputs.
Thanks in Advance,
Dharani

hi ,
What krishna suggested is right ... Another method can be like :
&CMD=LDOC&infocube=0D_DECU&query=SALES_DEMO_2
Get this information from your BI consultant.
Please close thread if you got ur answer!!!
Regards
Parth

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    Add-WFHost : The remote server returned an error: (400) Bad Request. The api-version in the query string is not supported. Either remove it from the Uri or use one of '2012-03'..TrackingId:412684e3-3539-468e-91e6-17838c6eaa55_GS
    P,TimeStamp:04/04/2014 12:54:11
    At line:1 char:1
    Can't find anything about this subject except this
    thread which does not help me that much in SharePoint dev env ...
    Removing workflow manager 1.0 and service bus (leave the farm using wizzard, remove binaries and databases) does not help.
    Who already faces this issue and how can I try to resolve it ?
    Best regards !
    Alexandre DAVID

    The API version is hardcoded in Microsoft.ServiceBus.dll, which ships as part of the Service Bus. Each version of this lib has a different string.
    If you install workflow manager 1.0, here are the pre-requisites:
    .NET Framework 4 Platform Update 3 or .NET Framework 4.5
    Service Bus 1.0
    Workflow Client 1.0
    PowerShell 3.0
    The following are the pre-requisites to configure Workflow Manager 1.0
    Instance of SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1, SQL Server Express 2008 R2 SP1, or SQL Server 2012.
    TCP/IP connections or named pipes must be configured in SQL Server.
    Windows Firewall must be enabled. [Windows Firewall is Off on target server]
    Ports 12290 and 12291 must be available.
    Here are the reference for installing and configuring Workflow Manager 1.0:
    http://lennytech.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/installing-workflow-manager-1-0/
    http://lennytech.wordpress.com/2013/06/02/configuring-workflow-manager-1-0/
    http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/c74507fb-ac2d-405f-b19c-2712b1055708/workflow-manager-10-configuration-service-bus-for-windows-server-the-api-version-is-not?forum=sharepointadmin

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