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To avoid dump while converting Hexadecimal to String using cl_abap_gzip=>decompress_binary

Hi all,

I am using class cl_abap_gzip=>decompress_binary for while converting Hex to String,

but getting dump saying as below,

This exception, which is assigned to class 'CX_BSP_WD_EXC_WRAPPER'

within a CLEANUP block, but was not caught there. Since the CLEANUP block...

The occurrence of the exception is closely related to the occurrence of
a previous exception "CX_SY_COMPRESSION_ERROR", which was raised in the program
"CL_ABAP_GZIP==================CP",
specifically in line 2 of the (include) program
"CL_ABAP_GZIP==================CM003".
The cause of the exception was:

The function IctDecompressStream returns the return code 30

If you have access to SAP Notes, carry out a search with the following
keywords:

"UNCAUGHT_EXCEPTION" "CX_BSP_WD_EXC_WRAPPER"
"CL_BSP_WD_ERROR_PAGE_WRITER===CP" or "CL_BSP_WD_ERROR_PAGE_WRITER===CM002"
"WRITE_ERROR_PAGE"

How to catch this error using try & catch,

I tried as below, but no use...

***converting hexa to binary
TRY.
CALL METHOD cl_abap_gzip=>decompress_binary
EXPORTING
gzip_in = temp_xstring
* GZIP_IN_LEN = -1
IMPORTING
raw_out = temp_xstring
* RAW_OUT_LEN =
.
CATCH cx_parameter_invalid_range .
CATCH cx_sy_buffer_overflow .
CATCH cx_sy_compression_error.
CATCH cx_bsp_wd_exc_wrapper.

ENDTRY.

Thanks,

Vjm

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    author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 07:50 AM

    Hi Vjm ,

    You can try FM scms_xstring_to_binary for converting hexa data to binary format.

    You can use CX_ROOT exception to catch all types of exceptions .

    Regards,

    Nithish

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