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Image too big in SAPScript window

Hi all,

We download from the server some .bmp-s locally and then we import them into table stxbitmaps with PERFORM import_bitmap_bds(saplstxbitmaps) . When these images are presented in the sapscript , they go beyond their window and overwrite the other windows.

How can the sizes of this image be modified , so that it wouldn't cross the window?

OR

Are there any FM's that permit the modification of a local BMP file to a lower/higher width or height?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 05:40 PM

    You can increase the DPI in the SAPScript. No need to change the LOGO in SE78.

    /: BITMAP 'MY_LOGO' OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI 300

    In my LOGO's property, I have 100 DPI. I put 300 DPI in the command in SAPScript to reduce the size.

    Regards

    Naimesh Patel

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      what is your bitmap properties like:-

      width:

      height:

      horizotal resolution

      vertical resolution

      and your sapscript window size?

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      DPI setting should work in the sizing.

      please write ur current setting/code and the outcome result in detail.

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      Casey Yong

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