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Attention ! my R/3 system is in the army ! it includes powerful weapons...

Hi,

If you have a SAP R/3 4.7 system, go in transaction SMW0.

Select "Binary Data for WebRFC applications" and press "F8" twice.

You get the list of binary objects.

Check object /ISDFPS/LEOPARD, download it as a file named leopard.jpg.

open this jpg file with your favourite image viewer and voila, you get an MBT

(Main Battle Tank), a Leopard 2 from the Bundeswehr !

If you prefer the navy or the air force, you can also get a frigate and an Eurofighter aircraft...

I did not know our ERP was so militarist ! 😉

Olivier

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 04:21 PM

    There is even an industry solution for military.

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      > As someone who did his military service years ago,

      > comparing the military with an industry let me

      > voiceless !!!! 😊

      I could make a crude and insulting nationalistic remark. Let it be noted for the record that I did not, in fact, do so.

  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 04:28 PM

    😊

    There are Eurofighter and Frigatte as well. A whole arzenal 😊

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 08:12 PM

    Pretty funny....just checked it out in our ECC6 system. Nice find!

    /ISDFPS/PPE_ARCH_MPO_SCHEMA_01.XSD

    /ISDFPS/EUROFIGHTER

    /ISDFPS/FRIGATE

    /ISDFPS/LEOPARD

    /ISDFPS/SAP_LOGO

    /ISDFPS/SDP_BW_LOGO

    /ISDFPS/SOLDAT_PATROULLIE

    /ISDFPS/WF_PICTURE

    What's with the one "SDP_BW_LOGO" ? I didn't "get" it. =(

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