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Editor in screen Painter

hello friends,

i hv created text editor in screen painter. when i write some lines in this editor and click on save button. then this text saves temproraly in table. when click on display this text will sees in editor again. upto this it is ok.

but when i run this program again next time, and when i click again on display button i cant get that saved text again. why this happens?

if i want to save this text permenantly then wht's the procedure.

please help me guys.

b'cuz this is an very imp matter for me.

replay as soon as possible.

thanks in advance.

regards,

Vinod.

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  • Posted on Oct 10, 2006 at 05:49 AM

    make use of the function modules read_text, edit_text, save_text.

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    - Gopi

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2006 at 06:02 AM

    Hi,

    After displaying your text you take that in one internal table and get them again through get_text FM. and Dispaly them again through VRM_SET_VALUES FM.

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    Satish

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    • no u can not save such long data into a table, the solution for this is to create the header-tdname related to the key fields in ur ztable.

      like ur ztable has fields f1(key) f2 f3 f4...

      now move the value of field f1(key) to header-tdname, so that it can be related to ur ztable field and u can get the same data when u try to retrieve some where else.

      <b>Hope this is clear.</b>

      Regards

      - Gopi

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 03:59 AM

    hi all,

    i am still facing problem for saving text permanantly to database.

    can any one help me for this urgently.

    redgs,

    vinod

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