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Dear Gurus,

I need to change some text on a pre-existing form, but the text is actually a bitmap picture. Is there any way I can get the picture uploaded to SAP coz I've no backup of the picture uploaded and I'm not the one previously incharge of the form.

It would save me a lot of time if I can get the bmp out from SAP since if I hv it, I can skip the "trying font size and style" thing all over again.

Thanks & Regards,

William Prawira

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 05:21 AM

    thanks for the fast reply.

    but what i mean is I want to get the picture that has been uploaded to the SAP 😊 . Is there anyway to download the picture on the server?

    sry for not making it clear at first.

    Thanks.

    William Prawira.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 04:21 AM

    Hi,

    U can use OAER Tcode to upload the Pic into SAP

    here u need to pass the class name as STD_TEXT and class type as BO ... then execute ... after that select the scree right click import object ....

    or

    U can use SE78 Tcode to upload the Pic into SAP

    Hope Helpfull

    Raghunath.S

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 04:32 AM

    hi,

    Use transaction SE78 for uploading the bitamp images. Follow these steps.

    Double-click on u201CGRAPHICSu201D node and click on u201CImport (F5)u201D to import the image.

    Select the file name by using the F4 functionality available. Name your graphic and enter a short description. If you have color image, select the radio button u201CColor Bitmap imageu201D. Click on tick mark to proceed.

    The graphic is imported and is stored in u201CBusiness Document Serveru201D.

    You can test this by selecting print preview:

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 02:29 AM

    Thanks for the answer.

    And sorry for not noticing that there is a similar thread to the one I'm posting.

    Regards,

    William Prawira

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