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copy graphics that has been store in STXBITMAPS

dear experts,

how to copy the existing graphics' name into another one without having the real picture stores in the hard disk..is there any function available to copy this thing

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2006 at 09:12 AM

    Hi,

    maybe you could do this with OAOR

    Rgd

    Frédéric

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2006 at 09:11 AM

    Hi

    Use SE78 use for upload and download graphics.

    Use transaction SE78 to inmport graphics to SAP.

    In the form painter, you can either include directly to the form using menu Edit->Graphic->Create or using the INCLUDE statement in a window.

    To use an INCLUDE stanment, goto into the woindow script editor and use menu Include->Graphic. The include can look like this for a bitmap:

    /: BITMAP MYLOGO OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BMON

    regard

    vinod

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    • Former Member

      I know about se78 and its functionality..just dont feel like using it as i thought there might be another function just to change the graphics' name that have been stored in the STXBITMAPS.

      My task it to rename whatever signature's bmp that has been uploaded to another names.

  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 02:09 AM

    The best answer of all! I used a code inside a LSMW to copy a BMAP to another and worked fine. Thanks!

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