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Hi all,

I need to write a program to check on C:\ directory for a specific file.

Let's say C:\Test\Abc.txt, if Abc.txt exist in C:\Test directory, it will performs GRAB function to get the content of the file.

The abap program needs to trigger and trigger until it grabs something from the Abc.txt file.

If it is empty, perform the GRAB function again and again.

Is this possible?

Would be greatly appreciated if someone provide some sample codes.

Thanks in advance.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 07:38 AM

    Dear Abap experts,

    Any inputs for above question?

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      Hi all,

      I have a solution here for the above matter.

      I need someone to help to improve the code to make it better.

      Or any limitations here?

      In the program I can set the max interval time for detecting the file exist in the

      specific directory. Once it is detected, it will exit. If not it will continue detecting up to max 60 seconds.

      type-pools: ABAP.
      DO 60 times.
        WAIT up to '1' seconds.
        data: fname type string value 'C:\TEST\ABC.TXT',
              result type ABAP_BOOL,
            FILE                 = fname
            RESULT               = result
            CNTL_ERROR           = 1
            ERROR_NO_GUI         = 2
            WRONG_PARAMETER      = 3
            NOT_SUPPORTED_BY_GUI = 4
            others               = 5.
        IF SY-SUBRC eq 0 and result = 'X'.
      *   File Exists
          WRITE: / 'File Exist.'.
      *   File does not exist
          IF flag = ''.
            WRITE: / 'File Not Exist.'.
            flag = 'X'.

      Thanks in advance.

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