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Convert ITAB to string using and SCMS_TEXT_TO_XSTRING and NON UNICODE


I have a problem.

I have a text with the Danish Ø in an ITAB. When convert the file to a xstring and add this XString to an attachment in a pi proxy message it seems to be UTF-8.

I have seen the XSTRING contain an ENCODING property, but I'm unable to figure out how to set up the encoding.

I have the following code.

DATA:    begin of itabline occurs 0,
           text(300) type c,
           end of itabline.
data:  attach_xstring      TYPE xstring.

          BUFFER   = attach_xstring

          TEXT_TAB = itab.

  attachment_protocol ?= cl_prxy_ordre_data->get_protocol( if_wsprotocol=>ATTACHMENTS ).

      attachment = attachment_protocol->GET_ATTACHMENT_FROM_BINARY(
            data = attach_xstring
            type = if_ai_attachment=>C_MIMETYPE_TEXT_PLAIN
            name = 'FILE' ).

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 03:28 PM

    I don't know if it's exactly in the same case, but I've had some troubles with these functions SCMC with unicode.

    Here is a sample of the changes I've done.

    * RAW 1022 ==> CHAR 1024 is not possible with SX_TABLE_LINE_WIDTH_CHANGE
    * RAW 1024 to RAW 1022
      types: t_1022 type x LENGTH 1022,
             t_1024 type x LENGTH 1024.
      field-SYMBOLS: <fs_converter> TYPE t_1022.       "1022
      data: l_xtr type xstring,
            l_xtr2 type xstring,
            ls_RAW type SDOKCNTBIN.
      loop at DOC_BINARY into ls_raw.
        ASSIGN ls_raw-line to <fs_converter> CASTING.
    *    l_xtr = <fs_converter>.
        concatenate l_xtr <fs_converter> into l_xtr IN BYTE MODE.
      data: l_binary_size type i,
            l_i           type i,
            l_pos         type i,
            l_bin_len     type i value '1024',
            l_binary      type t_1024,
            t_raw         TYPE TABLE OF tbl1024.
    *  field-symbols: <binary> type x.
      l_binary_size = xstrlen( l_xtr ).
    *  l_i = ( l_binary_size + l_bin_len - 1 ) div l_bin_len.
    **  assign h_ixos_data-lines to <binary> type 'X'.
    **  if sy-subrc = 4.
    **    assign component 0 of structure h_ixos_data to <binary> type 'X'.
    **  endif.
    * do l_i times.
    *     l_binary = l_xtr+l_pos.
    *     l_pos = l_pos + l_bin_len.
    *     append l_binary to t_raw.
    *  enddo.
          BUFFER                = l_xtr
    *     APPEND_TO_TABLE       = ' '
    *     OUTPUT_LENGTH         =
          BINARY_TAB            = t_raw

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 10:28 AM

    I converted to use the PI as conversion for the UNICODE. It seems to work.

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