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How to read Infotype Text ???

Hi All,

I am retrieving data from IT0147 for performance Appraisals.... in that infotype in edit tab we can maintain text for the appraisal Comments... i want to retrieve that text....we use FM READ_TEXT to retrieve the text...For this FM we need to pass ID, NAME, LANGUAGE OBJECT...Kindly Can anyone let me know what value i need to pass to these variables....

Thanks and Regards,

Vipin

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 04:50 PM

    Hi All,

    >

    > I am retrieving data from IT0147 for performance Appraisals.... in that infotype in edit tab we can maintain text for the appraisal Comments... i want to retrieve that text....we use FM READ_TEXT to retrieve the text...For this FM we need to pass ID, NAME, LANGUAGE OBJECT...Kindly Can anyone let me know what value i need to pass to these variables....

    >

    > Thanks and Regards,

    > Vipin

    Only texts saved as standard texts(db tables:STXH/STXL) can be retrieved using the FM 'READ_TEXT', however, infotype texts are stored in 'TX' cluster of the HR cluster 'PCL3', to read data in such a cluster, you can use the static public method of the class CL_HRPA_TEXT_CLUSTER=>READ, please search the forum to find more info on this method...

    -Rajesh.

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