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Reg Field bseg-sgtxt in SAP SCRIPT

Hi All,

I have to issue with bseg-sgtxt field. In my script i have field item text for this field is bseg-sgtxt. anf this field lenght is 50 char. but problem is i want item text more then 50 char in my script. for that i find long text button... this long text stored in EENO_DYNP and field name is ZEILE , but it is a structure...so i have 3 question

1) How can i retrive this long text field in my script

2) How can i concate bseg-sgtxt with EENO_DYNP-ZEILE

3) what i write in SAP SCRIPT???

Can you help me.........

Vishal

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2008 at 06:33 PM

    hi,

    the long text of a document are stored into the standard text table and u can read it with the function READ_TEXT.

    call this function in this way

    >CONCATENATE bseg-bukrs bseg-belnr bseg-buzei INTO name.

    >CALL FUNCTION 'READ_TEXT'

    > EXPORTING

    > id = '0001'

    > language = sy-langu

    > name = name

    > object = 'DOC_ITEM' " identified FI document

    > TABLES

    > lines = t_line

    > EXCEPTIONS

    > id = 1

    > language = 2

    > name = 3

    > not_found = 4

    > object = 5

    > reference_check = 6

    > wrong_access_to_archive = 7

    > OTHERS = 8.

    the id of the text you can find in SPRO transaction under

    Financial accounting->Financial accounting Global Settings ->Document->line Item-> Define Text Identifications for Line Items

    here you can find all ID of the standard text that are configurated in your system.

    now you can concatenate BSEG-SGTXT with the standard text of the document item .

    bye

    Marco

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