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error: Excel completed file level validation and repair

Hello expert,

I have a question belong to error that happen to me. I have a scenario which uploading file to R/3 system through SAP PI. Here is the detail :

From java code, I convert the file into Base64 and send to PI System. Then PI System Send that file into R/3 which converted again into Binary Table and save it. The error arise when I want to reopen that file in IW22 T-Code. The specific file extention that come with error is microsoft file type like docx and xlsx.

Here is the detail error :

excel found unreadable content in 'xxx.xlsx'. Do you want to recover the contents of this workbook? If you trust the source of this workbook, click yes
Excel completed file level validation and repair. Some parts of this workbook may have been repaired or discarded.

Anybody had the same problem? please give me some guide to solve this problem.. 😊

Thx,

Robby

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    Posted on Mar 08, 2011 at 01:06 PM

    Hi,

    I think the problem is with the dot extension.

    May be you have uploaded data directly from .xlsx file which may be causing the problem.

    Currently using PI you have to work with MS 2003 Package ( I mean to say with .xls ).

    Try to upload from .xls file once.

    Thanks

    Arbind Prasad

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      Thanks Arbind Prasad

      But I want to send .xlsx, I send binary file in sap pi to sap r/3. In Sap R/3 I save that binary using so_object_insert, then it is produce an error.

      Anyone can give me suggestion?

      Thanks

      Robby

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