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Down load the data directly form database table with out any abap program

Hi Experts,

Here I have requirement of downloading the data from a database table.

Table is having 19lakhs 1,900,000 records. We need this data in an excel or text format.

When I was trying to see the total 19lakhs 1,900,000 records time out is coming.

I have tried to schedule a background job and execute but there are totally 34000 pages of data in spool. so out of which 10 pages of data only i can down load to a local file. its very hard to download like this. so please suggest me is there any way to get my data to a local file with out any abap program.

Thanks & regards

G.S.Naidu

Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Aug 23, 2011 4:48 PM

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2011 at 10:52 AM

    Hi ,

    1) Go to SE16-> table name say MARA .

    2) SET maximum number of hits to 1900000

    3) execute

    4) GO tomenu SYSTEM-> List -> SAVE -LOCAL FILE .

    5) GIVE name XYZ.TXT .

    6) Generate

    regards

    Deepak.

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 02:10 AM

    Did you try with..

    Select * into itab..

    Use GUI_DOWNLOAD to put itab in a notepad.

    BR,

    Diwakar

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  • Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 03:40 AM

    hi naidu,

    did you try to execute the table by changing the maximum number of hits to your required number i.e 1900000.

    So please please that once ans then click to save into local file.

    try to use se16n.

    Can you please tell me whether you are able to view all the 3000 pages in your view or not , or just that 10 pages in your gui ?

    regards,

    koolspy.

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