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To Exclude '#'

Hi All,

Need help on routine written for extraction.

I have written routine in the update routine to remove incoming ‘#’ character as below

REPLACE ALL OCCURRENCES OF '#' IN v_char_result WITH ''.

It works well for test data “Maintenance - JNPR-SVC-NDCE-NS5X#"J-Care” in Development and Quality but does not work in Production.

Can you people help me on this?

Thanks

Samir

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Samir,

    Check out the transport once again and also check the update routune has been successfully updated in both the Quality and Production once.

    Hope there might be some prob with the transport, please check whether all the objects are there in the transport which you have done..

    Hope it helps...

    Thanks,

    Gattu

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 12:21 PM

    the peice of code that you have written will work for '#' in the text but will fail if the '#' it is showing because of no data presence

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      often the system replace unrecognized characters with the symbol #.

      But in transfer rules you're checking the exact symbol # and don't the unrecognized character.

      See in PSA the characters in Hesadecimal mode copy them in an editor and convert it in ascii. What is?

      What do you have in RSKC transaction?

      see:

      /people/sap.user72/blog/2006/07/23/invalid-characters-in-sap-bw-3x-myths-and-reality-part-2

      /people/sergio.locatelli2/blog/2006/11/02/upload-file-in-bw-common-mistakes-and-hints-to-take-in-mind

      Regards,

      Sergio

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 12:27 PM

    Hi

    Check this discussion

    Thanks

    Khaja

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