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QR code via ABAP

Hi all!

i'm trying to generate a QR code via ABAP, following the tutorials i found here.

i got an error when calling method CALL METHOD i_igs_image_converter->execute

when, insiede ith, the function PIGFARMDATA via RFC return the error

IGS error: ProcessRequest (RFC_INVALID_PARAMETER)

Any suggestion on how to fix it?


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  • Best Answer
    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 11:35 AM

    solved issue

    The system admins missed a couple of steps in setting up everything 😠

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2013 at 04:46 AM

    Hi Simone,

    Try like this

    CREATE OBJECT i_igs_image_converter .

    i_igs_image_converter->input = 'image/png'.

    i_igs_image_converter->output = 'image/bmp'.

    i_igs_image_converter->width = width.

    i_igs_image_converter->height = height.

    CALL METHOD i_igs_image_converter->set_image


    blob = mime

    blob_size = l_content_length.

    CALL METHOD i_igs_image_converter->execute


    communication_error = 1

    internal_error = 2

    external_error = 3

    OTHERS = 4.

    IF sy-subrc = 0.

    CALL METHOD i_igs_image_converter->get_image


    blob = blob

    blob_size = blob_size

    blob_type = blob_type.


    Please refer this DOC.I think it will give you some idea on it.


    Riju Thomas.

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