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regarding conversion exit

I have created a table having fields-- mandt, id , ztime(4 char leng). created a conv exit for ztime named mycon.In fun mod--

global var: temp(5), temp1(2),temp2(2)

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conversion_exit_mycon_input, the code is

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temp = input.

split temp at ':' into temp1 temp2.

concatenate temp1 temp2 into output.

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conversion_exit_mycon_output, the code is

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temp = input.

temp1 = temp div 100.

temp2 = temp mod 100.

output+0(2) = temp1.

output+2(1) = ':'.

output+3(2) = temp2.

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In table 1234 will be stored but on output list it will come like 12:34.

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When create entries in se11, it will tell that data is saved successfully, but , if you will go for disply , no entries found will come....

When accessing from se38 code, the output is coming properly...

So , my QUESTION is Where data is going to store when conv. exit applies?

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 07:04 PM

    Please check if you attached the conversion exit routine at the domain level of the table field.

    Cheers

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 06:53 AM

    check in the domain of ztime whether the conversion exit is attached or not.

    if not attch it and activate

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 09:11 AM

    Hi Somu,

    Please check if you attached the conversion exit routine at the domain level for the table field ztime.Once u attach it in domain level activate the domain.In order to test it,double click on the conversion exit u created ,now it will give u a screen,with the function group u created,for the conversion exit..now u can see ur functionmodule.

    Regards,

    Nagaraj

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