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Dummy texts in STXH resulting in freak texts during order creation

Hi All,

We are facing a very strange issue. One of our programs which does a batch update using VA21 is causing some dummy entries to be created in STXH. This would come with Object id as VBBP and object name as XXXXXXXXXX<posnr>. After this happens the text contents are getting copied into some (not all) of the new orders created. There is no specific pattern as such, and this continues till we delete the dummy texts using RVTEXTE. Have any one come accross this kind of an issue before? If yes, please help.

Regards,

Hari.

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 02:28 AM

    Hi Hari,

    since you did not got any ans,

    neither do i have. but there is one way to track this.

    FM SAVE_TEXT is used for storing long data in table STXH.

    so put breakpoint on all the SAVE_TEXT and then try to debug.

    may this be of some help

    thanks

    surjit

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    • Former Member Srinivas Adavi

      STXH contain only header information, which is created by SAVE_TEXT. and text is stored in STXL in encrypted form. when you use READ_TEXT to read this text.

      READ_TEXT take header information from STXH and for concerned object retreive text from STXL.

      So i think error is there in the coding somewhere , when you are saving header information in STXH.

      hope i am right

      regards

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