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field problem

Hi,

Who had ever the following problem:

In the Enterprise 4.7 can be used in a field (CHAR1024) only 132 characters.

Neither in a program or in the debugging you get more characters into this field

It this problem a known problem

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2008 at 12:18 PM

    Hi erdem sas,

    I am not working presently on 4,7 but u can check out below threads... which might be helpful to you...

    read-dataset--132-characters-r3-47

    maximum-length-for-input-parameter

    how-do-you-get-around-the-bdc-limits-of-fval-field

    Hope it will solve your problem..

    Thanks & Regards

    ilesh 24x7

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  • Posted on Nov 28, 2008 at 12:10 PM

    Hello,

    This is not a problem. In debugging you wont see more than 132 characters. But try downloading the same you can !!!!

    BR,

    Suhas

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2008 at 01:04 PM

    Hi ,

    From Release 6.10, ABAP supports multi-byte coding for characters in Unicode. Prior to Release 6.10, ABAP used only character sets that were based on single-byte codes u2013 such as ASCII and EBCDIC u2013 or double-byte codes, such as SJIS and BIG5.

    This is the reason why it is occuring .

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      Hi ,

      From Release 6.10, ABAP supports multi-byte coding for characters in Unicode. Prior to Release 6.10, ABAP used only character sets that were based on single-byte codes u2013 such as ASCII and EBCDIC u2013 or double-byte codes,

      This is the reason why it is occuring .

      You can not create char of length 1024 . If you are using it for BDC try using direct prog RCPTRA02 .

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