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Inserting photos into SAPscripts

Vengateshkumar Soundararadjou
Here is a simple way to display the photos of the employees in SAPscript forms.
1. Telecharge employee photos into SAP. In graphics administration (transaction SE78,) import the photos from the frontend (in BMP format) and name them by employee number. Mass import can be done from an MS Excel file. The Excel file should contain two columns: one with the matricule and one with the address of the photo file (ex: C:compbranchmatricule.bmp). Then generate a program batch input (generate a program in the transaction sm35 for transaction se78 and enter the function ALSM_EXCEL_TO_INTERNAL_TABLE and enter the fields of the Excel file in the corresponding dynpro fields.)
2. In the SAPscript form: enter the code below and you're set! 3. This method can be used in the SAPscript forms where the matricule is passed by a field of a structure (in the correspondance of event management and in the HR master data sheet etc.) Just replace the zone &PERNR& with the field that contains the employee number.
/:DEFINE &MATRCL& = &PERNR&
/:IF &MATRCL& <> SPACE
/:BITMAP &MATRCL& OBJECT GRAPHICS ID BMAP TYPE BCOL DPI 300
/:ENDIF

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This was first published in January 2004

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