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I am getting this kind of message and my thread is getting locked.

" txtspk is not permitted.thread locked."

Whts wrong i am doing?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 07, 2009 at 09:55 AM

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    > Whts wrong i am doing?

    nybody pls explain in details?

    Whts the signifacnce of MANDT field wid data type CLNT in DB table ??

    dats txt-spk for ya

    pk

    PS: A good time to read the Rules of Engagement of the forums.

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    Posted on May 07, 2009 at 09:57 AM

    may be u chatting about something that is irrelevant or involved in argument about something

    Edited by: BrightSide on May 7, 2009 10:57 AM

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  • Posted on May 07, 2009 at 11:48 AM

    Text speak = txtspk.

    "Wht DO u mean by txtspk" is a classic example of text speak. It's what you would use in an SMS. It isn't permitted on these forums. You should instead type words out in full: "What DO you mean by textspeak", for example.

    Or on another of your posts:

    >nybody pls explain in details?

    >Whts the signifacnce of MANDT field wid data type CLNT in DB table ??

    >why fields ( ex- Kunnr - CUSOMER NO. ) is repeated in many tables, but not as a Primary Key , so whts d need to include dis field in many tables? we can fetch the sem field from a single Table?

    Which should be written as:

    >Can anybody please explain in detail?

    >What's the significance of MANDT field with data type CLNT in a database table?

    >Why are fields (for example KUNNR - CUSTOMER NO.) repeated in many tables, but not as a Primary Key, so whats the need to include this field in many tables? We can the the same field from a single table?

    The use of textspeak is not permitted because a) it makes it hard to read b) not everyone knows what the abbreviations mean c) these are professional forums, and it is expected that some effort is made to present yourself in a professional manner. Would you use "d" instead of "the", "u" instead of "you" on a job application, a business report, your cv?

    I do appreciate that many contributers to the forums are not native English speakers, which can make it quite difficult for them. Perhaps this is the only written English you know how to do - we don't expect perfection, just some effort.

    I hope that helps you understand.

    matt

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2009 at 05:09 AM

    thanks to all

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