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Weblog in draft mode

Hi Folks,

I started posting a blog. I have gone thorugh the basic blogs on how to write a blog and the video as well.

Now My concern is that my blog is still in draft mode after i made it ready for approval on may 28. Any help how can I see it under published weblog.



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    Posted on Jun 03, 2008 at 11:38 AM

    Hi Sachin

    Well, I'm not sure what happened here. The blog platform lacks a bit of stability 😔

    I tried to set it for ready to publish, but somehow managed to publish it instead. If you can, please to back in and "edit" it. This should put it back in edit mode. Once you have done this, please send a note to the email address I will then pick up the message there and forward it to the weblog managers to check in to.



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  • Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 05:27 AM

    Hi Craig,

    The reason why I have posted it as a blog are:

    1. In your blog "Blog this or Wiki it" i found these lines under what should go under a blog: "ideas and a way of doing something" and "sharing and idea or thought".

    2. I didn't find any specific area in wiki for Function modules.

    and in my blog I have shared is a way to test function modules in the described way which is far better than writing a abap code and test it.

    Can you have a second look at it.


    Sachin Dhingra

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    • Former Member Sachin Dhingra

      Final answer, it did not qualify as a blog and was posted by accident not because it passed the moderation process.

      The wiki is the better place for this type of material as then it can be added to, enhanced and kept up to date - the blogs disappear after awhile and are not up to date later on.

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