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Recently Alvaro posted a very nice blog explaining the PHP based The specified item was not found.. I was very much impressed seeing that. I too had the same thoughts, and one of my all times favorites is the Try-It-Yourself that I used when I learnt the HTML.

Having such an emulator for simple ABAP reports is cool. Thanks to Alvaro for sharing this example which helped me to find this RFC_ABAP_INSTALL_AND_RUN function module.

Here is one more using every one’s favorite Microsoft Excel.

The Excel SE38 emulator

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The result

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The complete source code for the same is given below,

The declaration

To clear the source code

To clear the result

To Execute and Display result

I hope this is very simple and useful.

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  1. Alvaro Tejada Galindo
    Hi Kathir:

    Thanx for your nice comments -;) I’m just a developer trying to make some nice stuff…But you really blow my mind! SE38 Excel Emulator?! You really deserved all the applauses -:D

    Great job man…Very impressive…

    Greetings,

    Blag.

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      1. Kathirvel Balakrishnan Post author
        Hi Michael

        That’s is very true. This is just an example, in case something more generic is created, then it will be mandatory to add such validations.

        Thanks for your inputs. ๐Ÿ™‚

        Regards
        Kathir~

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  2. Jรถrg-Martin Schulz
    Hi Kathirvel,

    it seems to be a good idea, but doesn’t work with all versions of xl. My version 2003 reports an error in the line with
    “Dim objProgram, objWrites As Table”.
    What xl-version are you using?

    Greetings Martin

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  3. Victor Figueroa
    Hi, is posible using directy Excel file or MS Project send data to Z tabla via RFC ?

    I need send from Excel or MS Project to Z Table.

    Any idea ?

    Thank you.

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    1. Kathirvel Balakrishnan Post author
      I have tried with Excel and it worked fine. A couple of blogs on material upload is already there in SDN,

      /people/kathirvel.balakrishnan2/blog/2006/05/08/data-upload-into-sap-from-microsoft-excel-150-abap-part
      /people/kathirvel.balakrishnan2/blog/2006/05/09/data-upload-into-sap-from-microsoft-excel-150-vba-part

      You can adopt similar logic for your Z tables.

      Regards
      Kathirvel

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