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Using Save_Text in eCATT

Hi All,

I want to use Function Module SAVE_TEXT in eCATT.

Hence I had used command FUN.

This FM SAVE_TEXT has an interface TABLES with type "LINES".

In this I pass my values to be saved. I have defined an Import Parameter of TYPE TLINE[] against LINES in FM interface in eCATT.

Problem I'm facing is through test data container I want to pass values in form of table(with multiple rows) of type "TLINE".

How can I do this?

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 05:22 PM

    Hello Stephen,

    you can define parameter in testdata container similar to test script. If you require a table with line structure defined in ddic, you can use []-syntax. In your case the test data parameter would be typed TLINE[].

    Furthermore still in test data container you can maintain a couple of variants and values for your TLINE[]-parameter.

    After that create a test configuration, where you link test script with test data container. Fill the fields "Testscript" and the box "Test data" and use that assistant for variant creation, you can find on variants tab as first button directly on top of the list of variants. That assistant will help you to create a link between particular variants of test data to the variants of test configuration.

    Hope this help on your way.

    Best regards


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