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my scenario is to upload long text from excel for pernr, here they are created custom infotype in that they are created more long text fields, i want to update that long texts using save_text function module, but how can i find that object id & object name for the long text field in PA30.

i searched for header tab in pa30 but there is no header tab sub menu option in goto menu.

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Srini.

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 09:29 AM

    Hey Click on the Lon Text button It will open the Word Editor. Now in the menu options Goto there is a option called Header.

    In which you find the TEXTID , Object, Language, etc... Now pass those thing to the Function Module CREATE_TEXT as mentioned below.

    CALL FUNCTION 'CREATE_TEXT'

    EXPORTING

    FID = Z002

    FLANGUAGE = Sy-LANGU

    FNAME = X_HEADER-TDNAME

    FOBJECT = 'VTTK'

    SAVE_DIRECT = ' ' -


    > Remember if you use SAVE_TEXT you need to pass X here Else leave space

    TABLES

    FLINES = TB_LINES_FINAL----> you long texts data

    EXCEPTIONS

    NO_INIT = 1

    NO_SAVE = 2

    OTHERS = 3.

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    • Former Member

      Hi venkat,

      there is no header sub menu under goto menu in pa30 for created custom infotype 9803, can you give a input how i can find that object id and object name in some other way.

      Regards,

      Srini.

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 09:53 AM

    Please use PCL1 cluster and TX data cluster to store long texts. It would be easy as well as improve perfromace.

    Try with Import statements

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