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Regarding the transfer of language specific characters

Hi All,

I need help regarding the language specific characters.

From a flat file data is updated to sap table thru a Function module . The data has characters in languages like portugese, french like ó ç ã but when the data from the file is loaded into sap it gets stored as # instead of ó or ç or ã .

For example. i want to store it as Qualificações but it is appearing as Qualifica##es

Is there any function module or code to encode the same. Please send

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2008 at 09:35 PM

    Hi,

    Please check the default code page set in SAPGUI logon entry of sytem. The specail characters you specified are in code page 1100. So, you can set this either directly into SAPGUI or set CODEPAGE parameter in GUI_UPLOAD function and check internal table data once data received in runtime for confirmation.

    Let us know if still not corrected.

    Regards,

    Prasanth

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      Prasanth,

      I checked my function module. Also checked the flat file contents with GUI_UPLOAD.The contents are coming fine into SAP. So will something be wrong with the java utility as it uploads the file to SAP.

      u mentioned code page 1100. I didnt get that. Iam just a beginner in ABAP, Please can u detail that.

      Thanks a lot.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:30 PM

    Thanks for all the help!

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