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READ_TEXT

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please tell me in which case we have to use READ_TEXT fn module,I want the scenario for that...

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Sugumar.G

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:21 AM
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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:23 AM

    check this link.

    http://www.sapdev.co.uk/fmodules/fms_readtext.htm

    In order to process text modules in application programs, all information about a text module must be transferred to internal work areas.

    A text is read from the text file or text memory with this function module. It must be described fully by specifying OBJECT, NAME, ID, and LANGUAGE. Generic entries in these parameters are not valid.

    When header information and text lines have been read successfully, they are transferred to the work areas HEADER and LINES.

    Parameters

    CLIENT

    ID

    LANGUAGE

    NAME

    OBJECT

    ARCHIVE_HANDLE

    LOCAL_CAT

    HEADER

    LINES

    Exceptions

    ID

    LANGUAGE

    NAME

    NOT_FOUND

    OBJECT

    REFERENCE_CHECK

    WRONG_ACCESS_TO_ARCHIVE

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 05:27 AM

    Hi,

    READ_TEXT provides a text for the application program in the specified work areas.

    All the long text can be retrieve using this method.

    Regards

    Abhijeet

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