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regarding FB75 Tcode for where the data is getting saved for below requirement?

Hi all,

I was working with FB75 tcode in that there are several tabs among that one tab is NOTES where we will maintain long text.

can anyone please help me in finding that after entering text in that editor of notes where the data is getting stored??

i mean to ask is there any table in which that entered data will go and get stored?

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 05:54 AM

    Hi Vipin,

    Using FM CALL FUNCTION 'READ_TEXT' to get the long text.

    you can double click into the text editor. then Goto->Header. you can get the Text Name, Language, Text ID and Text Object.

    Using FM to get the long text.

    Thanks,

    Yawa

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:05 AM

    hiii,

    First you double click on entered text AND then in MENU

    GOTO---HEADER

    The popup window display like ,

    use the above parameters to ' READ_TEXT ' function module,

    the code is,

    data: v_lines1 like tline occurs 0 with header line.
    data: v_name1 like stxh-tdname,
    tdspras1 like stxh-tdspras,
    tdid1 like stxh-tdid,
    tdobject1 like stxh-tdobject.


    tdobject1 = 'EKKO'.
    tdid1 = 'F01'.
    tdspras1 = 'EN'.
    v_name1 = 5500000012.

    call function 'READ_TEXT'
    exporting
    id = tdid1
    language = tdspras1
    name = v_name1
    object = tdobject1
    tables
    lines = v_lines1
    exceptions
    id = 1
    language = 2
    name = 3
    not_found = 4
    object = 5
    reference_check = 6
    wrong_access_to_archive = 7
    others = 8.






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    Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:08 AM

    Hi long text will be stored in stxl or stxh tables you can't view the data directly u need to use the function modules SAVE_TEXT AND READ_TEXT.please check this function module

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:35 AM

    Hello Vipin,

    The tables it get stored are STXH & STXL and the combination use do find the data is based on

    Text Name : Refers to Purchase order Number/Sales Order / Accounting document number

    Language : Login language

    Text Id : You need to find from the table

    Text Object : HeaderTable it going to be hit (EKKO,VBAK,BKPF)

    Regards

    Suresh Nair

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 06:47 AM

    You will be required to use FM READ_TEXT to read those long texts. To identify the required parameter values, you have to display the text in full-screen editor, if text is displayed in a container of the dynpro a double-click will trigger a full screen display, there navigate in the menu : goto, header and the four top lines in the pop-up windows are the required key values, be aware that during creation of a new object, like an accounting document, a temporary number may be used. In this case the double-click may not have been implemented, so you will be required to create the document, and then display it (here FB03, Extras, Texts) to see the long text keys.

    Regards,

    Raymond


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