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being converted from SAPScript to OTF. I need to convert the format from SAPScript to text. I am using the program RVADOR01, form routine ENTRY and calling a form to generate the output. I was attempting to add a function module 'CONVERT_OTF_MEMORY' to the program for the conversion. Do you have any suggestions?
Here is some sample code for achieving manual conversion to the OTF format.
* In case of more than 10 pages:
- Check the spool request
- Click Edit -> OTF display -> No. of OTF pages
* Convert SAP Script to text:
- Display the spool request
- Then click Goto -> List display
Automatic conversion to the OTF format:
tables: tline. data: begin of int_tline1 occurs 100. include structure tline. data: end of int_tline1. call function 'OPEN_FORM' device = 'OTF_MEM' ......................................... * after CLOSE_FORM call function 'CONVERT_OTF_MEMORY' exporting format = 'ASCII' max_linewidth = 132 tables lines = int_tline1 exceptions err_max_linewidth = 1 err_format = 2 err_conv_not_possible = 3 others = 4. * write the text file to spool loop at int_tline1. if int_tline1-tdline = space. skip. else. write:/ int_tline1-tdline. endif. endloop.
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