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How to save result from standard transaction to Application server ?

Hi all gurus,

I attempt to save result from VA05 (Sales order list) into application server as a text file instead of display it normally.

Is it possible ?

I have created an ABAP program to submit program of that tcode directly using option 'EXPORTING LIST TO MEMORY' and then use function 'LIST_FROM_MEMORY' to save it as text and then transfer it to application server.

It works fine for tcode which use executable program only.

VA05 call module pool type program so I can not use above solution (unable to submit module pool program).

Rewards for all good idea and applicable solution.

Thanks so much.

Thanagit

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 02:36 PM

    Hi Thanagit,

    If u have file on presentation server, then use tcode CG3Z to transfer file from presentation to application server.

    cheers,

    Hema.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 02:19 PM

    Hi ,

    I think u got the Idea/logic of VA05 , so y dont u create a Z Program with options to create Output File on AppServer ?

    Regards

    Peram

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      Because user want the result of VA05.

      If I have to create new program that means I have to create a similar program of VA05 to get the same result and then save it into application server.

      I try to avoid this solution.

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