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Is it possible to get a tab delimiter for the tree in DMEE ???

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2008 at 11:04 AM

    Hello,

    You can create a Tab Delimited file using DMEE.

    For this you need to create a Technical Node with an Exit Module "Z_TAB_DELIMITER" (proposed name) & pass this value between two fields.

    Coding for the Exit Module:

    FUNCTION Z_TAB_DELIMITER.
    *"--------------------------------------------------------------------
    *"*"Local Interface:
    *"  IMPORTING
    *"     VALUE(I_TREE_TYPE) TYPE  DMEE_TREETYPE
    *"     VALUE(I_TREE_ID) TYPE  DMEE_TREEID
    *"     VALUE(I_ITEM)
    *"     VALUE(I_PARAM)
    *"     VALUE(I_UPARAM)
    *"  EXPORTING
    *"     REFERENCE(O_VALUE)
    *"     REFERENCE(C_VALUE)
    *"     REFERENCE(N_VALUE)
    *"     REFERENCE(P_VALUE)
    *"  TABLES
    *"      I_TAB
    *"--------------------------------------------------------------------
    
        C_VALUE = CL_ABAP_CHAR_UTILITIES=>HORIZONTAL_TAB. "Tab Delimiter.
    
    ENDFUNCTION.
    

    Hope this is clear.

    BR,

    Suhas

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    • Suhas Saha,

      I´m applying the source code your giving us, but when I run the F110 for a test, It doesn't do anything to the output.

      I introduced as you said in a technical Node as an Exit, then I activate it. Until that point everything works fine, but when I run the F110 and look the payment media, every field is one next to the other with no tabulator.

      Hope you answer me soon.

      Esteban Moreno

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