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Downloading a spool file

Hi all:

Using transaction SP01, I am trying to download my spool file to my hard drive but the records get truncated. I have tried the menu path:

SPOOL REQUEST>FORWARD>EXPORT AS TEXT

and I've tried this path:

SYSTEM>LIST>SAVE>LOCAL FILE

and I've also tried function module:

RSPO_DOWNLOAD_SPOOLJOB

but all of these truncate the output.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Dave Brown

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  • Posted on Feb 03, 2005 at 06:57 PM

    Hi David,

    I am not sure if your output is more than 255 characters. Typically it happens with that. A round-about way to achieve what you want to do is as follows.

        submit rspolst2 exporting list to memory and return
                        with rqident = <your spool id>
                        with first = <from_line>
                        with last = <to_line>.
    
        call function 'LIST_FROM_MEMORY'
             tables
                  listobject = mem_tab
             exceptions
                  not_found  = 1
                  others     = 2.
    

    Check the contents of mem_tab and see(in debugging) if it has what you wanted to download and then download. But you may loose any formatting that you might have had.

    Let me know if it worked.

    Srinivas

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    • Former Member Srinivas Adavi

      Srinivas:

      I apologize for the delay in my response. All the elements that you referred to work, except that I could not get the LIST_TO_ASCI function module to convert the data to a readable format. It is still in HEX when I download the data.

      I have since found a workaround for this and no longer have a need to pursue this to a solution. Thank you very much for your help.

      Dave B.

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