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Writing an excel into message long text of se91

does somebody know where i can write via abap fm into message long text? and where those texts are stored?

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 04:10 PM

    READ_TEXT and SAVE_TEXT

    Greetings,

    Blag.

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      Sorry....should be like this -:)

        CALL FUNCTION 'READ_TEXT'
          EXPORTING
      *     CLIENT                        = SY-MANDT
            id                                 = 'ST'
            language                      = 'EN'
            name                           = 'Z_MAL'
            object                           = 'TEXT'
      *     ARCHIVE_HANDLE      = 0
      *     LOCAL_CAT                 = ' '
      *   IMPORTING
      *     HEADER                        =
          TABLES
            lines                         = lt_line
      *   EXCEPTIONS
      *     ID                            = 1
      *     LANGUAGE                      = 2
      *     NAME                          = 3
      *     NOT_FOUND                     = 4
      *     OBJECT                        = 5
      *     REFERENCE_CHECK               = 6
      *     WRONG_ACCESS_TO_ARCHIVE       = 7
      *     OTHERS                        = 8.
      

      ID --> Type of message...

      ST --> Standard Text...

      Greetings,

      Blag.

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