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Excel Download problem - Urgent please

Hi All,

I am using 4.6C version.

The user is downloading the ALV output to excel from the output menu

List > Save > File > Spreadsheet >

User tried saving a file to the Local drive and got a "Disk is full" error.

User realized that the export didn't complete (Partial download)

because there wasn't enough disk space to export the report.

User stated that if he had received an error message of some sort, he might have realized the problem.

He didn't receive any kind of errors.

User would like some kind of error message to come up in those situations.

Without an error message, he assumes the reports are acurate and trusts them.

<b>I have analysied and found a exit EXIT_SAPLGRAP_001 which triggres after the popup asking the file path. However this exit doesnot give me the file path</b>.

After this i think i can make use of the class CL_GUI_FRONTEND_SERVICES and method GET_FREE_SPACE_FOR_DRIVE and FILE_GET_SIZE to check for disk space full.

Kindly let me know how to get the file path given in the popup to get it in the exit EXIT_SAPLGRAP_001. Also there was no parameter id for the field.

Thanks for your help.

Senthil

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 03:20 PM

    "User tried saving a file to the Local drive and <i>got a "Disk is full" error</i>.

    ...

    He didn't receive any kind of errors."

    ???

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