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Hierarchy load

Hi All.

I have written a program to load Hierarchy , that is my program takes data from an Info provider generates a text file n puts it in the application server...and then by scheduling an info package I am uploading it and populating my hierarchy....but I am having problem in generating a .csv file....in app server...now if I dump a .txt file with comma separators in my app server will my hierarchy accept that?

Any idea?

Or do you know any Function module which can generate a .csv file from internal table and put it in Application server?

Thanks in advance.

tina

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Tina,

    I guess you should be able to load the ".txt" file. You would have to specify it a ASCII file in the infopackage and give the apprppriate data separators and then load.

    In case you really need to generate an ".csv" file out of an internal table use the fn module GUI_DOWNLOAD.

    Bye

    Dinesh

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Tina,

    Txt-file with comma separator among fields will not be accepted properly:

    problem-with-flat-file-upload-with-ascii-file

    You can download your table into Excel. Using the code I provided in the link you can convert this file into CR txt-file.

    Best regards,

    Eugene

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 11:44 AM

    Ok Lemme just check and load the same ...thanks a lot!

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