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how to upload picture into sapscript

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2007 at 01:42 PM

    hiii

    There is a transaction SE78 to upload logos

    and in sapscript directly add that photo

    Regards

    Hitesh

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2007 at 01:39 PM

    Upload the "TIF" image thru the tcode SE78 and use that bit map image in your SAP script editor.

    ~Ranganath

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2007 at 01:46 PM

    hi

    the logo would be provided by the client.

    bmp and tiff are just two types of image formats. SAP Scripts support both of them. Resolution of tiff format is small but size is compact. BMP is heavy format.

    check with the following link

    http://www.sapmaterial.com/sap_script_made_easy.html

    You have to follow following steps..

    1) Go to se78 select Form graphics-> Stored on document server -> graphics -> bmap

    2) Navigate to Menu::: Graphic -> Upload ( Or press F5)

    3)Enter the path of the graphic u want to upload ( in bmp form)

    4) Then go to se 71, create a form

    5) create windows as applicable to u.

    6) select any window and click edit then text elements

    7) then navigate to menu insert-> graphic and specify the graphic you want to

    upload.

    Hope this helps

    if it helped, you can acknowledge the same by rewarding

    regards

    Sudheer

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2007 at 01:46 PM
    'How to download/upload sapscripts from & to your PC ?

    "SE78 -> tcode or RSTXLDMC -> report Program .

    'What is the transaction code for logo uploading?

    "SE78

    'What is the standard program used for uploading the logo to script? 

    "RSTXLDMC FM to upload image in tiff format.

    "Method :1   steps

    "How to Upload graphics (IMAGE) to your Sapscript?

    Command in your Sapscript

    /: INCLUDE Z_YOUR_LOGO OBJECT TEXT ID ST LANGUAGE E

    These are the steps to be followed for uploading graphics in R/3 system

    1. First save the file as BMP

    2. Open the BMP file in IMaging (Goto -> Programs -> Accessories -> Imaging) and

    make it Zoom as 100% and save as *.TIFF

    3. Open SE38 and execute program RSTXLDMC

    4. Give your TIFF file path name

    5. Select Bcol (for Color)

    6. TEXT ID will be ZHEX-MACRO-*.

    7. Inplace of * write your own logo name (ZCOMPANYLOGO)

    8. Execute the program

    9. Now Goto SE71 create your ZFORM

    10. Create logo window

    11. Goto text element of logo window

    "Method :2   steps

    " Another  way FOR  4.6C 

    1. Goto SE71 Change the mode to GRAPHICAL

    2. Choose the Graph Tabstrips

    3. Now type in some name for the LOGO WINDOW

    4. Press the IMPORT BUTTON (third button from left) and then IMPORT the BMP file from your DESKTOP

    5. The code will be written automatically. You just need to drag and drop wherever you want

    the graphics to be.

    /:   INCLUDE Z_COMPANY_LOGO OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMON LANGUAGE EN

    Please note that in 4.6c onwards, you can also used Windows Bitmap file ( .BMP).

    reward points if it is usefull ....

    Girish

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