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Is it possible to upload the scanned data into Database in SAP

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 02:47 PM

    HI,

    No we can not upload the Scanned data into SAP, we can upload normal text fiels, excel files, XML field and so on

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    Sudheer

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2007 at 07:04 AM

    Hi !

    That depends on what "scanned data" menas....

    There are twos scenatios wich wie have both in use...

    1.) Scanner is directy connected to the frontend and does a "Keyboard input".

    In this case you can build a dynpro like this:

    SCANFIELD ___________________________________

    SCANNED DATA _______________________________

    _______________________________

    _______________________________

    where Scanfield is an input field in with the scanner "wirtes" it's data and

    Scanned data is i.e. a table-control where the scanned data is shown.

    The scanner should do an AUTO-ENTER. So the SAP-Transaction could

    start executing after every scanning and cummulate the data into an

    internal table.

    The cumulated data is being processed by pressing SAVE on the GUI-Dynpro.

    2.) The scanner is "batch type" and puts it's data to a file or database

    If the data is put to a database you'll first need to export them to a file.

    If the scanner writes to a file this is not neccesary !

    Then write a batch programm that imports that file (using GUI_UPLOAD)

    and does the processing.

    In both cases the interpreation of that what's being scanned is a matter of the SAP-transaction the does the processing.

    Hope that helped a bit...

    Regards

    Rainer

    Some points would be nice...

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