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how to check the physical file location using logical name

hi,

in my program, i find a logicalname for the file location in app server. how can i find to where it is mapped ?

in other words what is the transaction to create mapping between file in app server and a logical name.

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 03:14 PM

    Hi ,

    There is standard SAP table name FILENAME which contains the information about Logical file name,Physical file name,Transfer file format (upload/download),Logical path name.

    By applying query to this table you can get the required information.

    some useful tcode FILE ,SARA.

    I hope this will solve ur problem

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 03:06 PM

    Are you looking for transaction code: AL11?

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2008 at 04:26 PM

    Hi,

    Goto Tcode FILE.

    In that expand "LOGICAL FILE PATH DEFINITION".

    In that double click on Assignment of physical paths to logical paths.

    Then select the logical path for which you want to define the physical path.

    Hope thisis helpful to you.

    Thanks and Regards,

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Yes, that's is.

      The value you are interested in is;

      physical path : <F=ZLOGFILE>\FILENAME>

      Read the F1 help for this field, it explans what the two elements mean but it looks like there is a filename exit used for this logical filename.

      Regards,

      Nick

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