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Hi Friends,

As I am currently working on uploading image to SAP from Signature Pad, I am stuck in below point and require you guys help.

1. I am able to get the Signature Pad (canvas) content and the content looks below:

data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0KGgoAAAANSUhEU........... (attached)

2. I am stuck to go ahead how I would need to take this format to backend SAP and store in DMS as png Image.

Kindly help me to know or point blog if there are steps on the same.

Regards,

Punith

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2016 at 06:12 PM

    I could able to find the resolution. It's just a decode of base 64 Value.

    Regards,

    Punith

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      Your Data is in Base64 Encoded Format. You have to decode it and then store it as an XString in SAP.
      For example, if you want to put it in MIME Repository,

      DATA: l_content TYPE xstring.

      CALL METHOD cl_http_utility=>if_http_utility~decode_x_base64

      EXPORTING

      encoded = lv_input

      RECEIVING

      decoded = lv_decoded_xstring.


      IF o_mr_api IS INITIAL.

      o_mr_api = cl_mime_repository_api=>if_mr_api~get_api( ).

      ENDIF.

      lv_filename = 'test.png'.

      l_content = lv_decoded_xstring.

      CONCATENATE mimepath lv_filename INTO l_url.

      TRANSLATE l_url USING '\/'.

      CALL METHOD o_mr_api->put

      EXPORTING

      i_url = l_url

      i_content = l_content

      i_suppress_package_dialog = 'X'

      EXCEPTIONS

      parameter_missing = 1

      error_occured = 2

      cancelled = 3

      permission_failure = 4

      data_inconsistency = 5

      OTHERS = 6.

      IF sy-subrc = 0.

      lv_json_output = 'Success'.

      ENDIF.


      Thanks
      Sahil

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