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read from free flow text entry box

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I have added a free flow text entry box. But I am unable to use it. Please guide how to use the data entered into the box. I know about the fm read_text, but dont know its functionality. Please guide.

Thanks and regards

Dinesh

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2007 at 08:56 AM

    Hi Dinesh

    If i am right you are using a editor control in your program. In this case you can't use the READ_TEXT FM to read the data entered. You have to use the class CL_GUI_EDITOR ( ... Something similar search could be "CLEDITOR" in SE24 tcode.) .. That has few methods like GET_DATA_AS_STREAM and so on to read the data entered in the editor. You can check for the controls examples in SE38 editor menu options.

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    ~Ranganath

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2007 at 09:03 AM

    hi ,

    this FM is used to retrieve the TEXT maintained in a box. text can be accessed through FM Read_text. You have to pass following variables

    PORTING

    SY-MANDT

    THEAD-TDID (ID)

    TDSPRAS(Language)

    TDNAME (name)

    TDOBJECT(object)

    thses information you can get by double click on Box and go to menu->go to-> header. all above information you will get.

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2008 at 09:36 AM

    Thanks for the inputs. Solved on my own.

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