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Save Text > 255

Hi all

I've read many threads about this issue, but I couldn't find any that helps. I would like to store text > 255 chars. I know, it cannot be a table. There are the function modules: SAVE_TEXT, INIT_TEXT, READ_TEXT.

In all these functions, a <b>object</b>, <b>name</b> and <b>id</b> are needed.

And there's my question, I don't have these datas, as I want to store this information from a self developed program. my wish would be to save this text with vkorg and a unique key from a self defined table. (example: tend_number)

Can anyone tell me how I can set a id, object? where can I manage them? Does anyone has a sample program?

Thank you very much!

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    Posted on Jan 25, 2007 at 02:26 PM

    Hi,

    Create your own Z Text ID by maintaining in the SM30 views V_TTXOBI and then V_TTXIDI

    and then try using the object to build your own texts with the help of SAVE_TEXT and COMMIT_TEXT

    Hope that resolves your problem.

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  • Posted on Jan 25, 2007 at 01:50 PM

    Hi,

    look tables <b>TTXOB</b> for object and

    <b>TTXID</b> for Id

    -> for further info analyse form check_key in fm read_text

    pls reward useful answers

    thanks and regards

    Andreas

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