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Need to put a file on to other FTP server from ABAP program.

Former Member
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Hi All,

I got a problem in putting a file on to other FTP server from our ABAP program. Actully i got data in to one internal table. From that i need to put the file on to other FTP(Not SAP) server. That file is Comma delimited text file. I checked many ways, in those i am able to put file in binary format. If we use FTP_R3_TO_SERVER function module, we are able to put the data but data is in single line and i dont understand the size specification. Please let me know how we can solve this problem.

regards,

chandra.

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athavanraja
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check out the following weblog by Thomas Jung for code sample.

/people/thomas.jung3/blog/2004/11/15/performing-ftp-commands-from-abap

Regards

Raja

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Hi Durairaj,

I tried in this way also. but as i told you, all records are placing in single line and i am not understanding the size matter when we use FTP_R3_TO_SERVER function module. Can any one solve my problem??

regards,

chandra.

Former Member
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Hi All,

Can anyone solve my problem??? I need urgent solution.

regards,

chandra.

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Hi Chandrasekhar,

Have a look at standard programs RSFTP007 and RSFTP008.

Thanks

Lakshman

jayanthi_jayaraman
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Hi,

Check this.May be this can help you.

http://www.sap-basis-abap.com/sapac008.htm

http://www.sap-press.de/forum/gp/themaID-5/zeige-12302/thread

Message was edited by: Jayanthi Jayaraman

andreas_mann3
Active Contributor
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Hi ,

1st: transfer your itab to appl.-server

2nd: use a program like to transfer data to foreign server

regards Andreas

Former Member
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Hi,

use a new field at the end of the line with hex value '0D0A'.

PCLineEnd(2) type x value '0D0A'.

Svetlin