Queries about queries (pun intended)

Sometimes shit happens. One receives a work request that seems idiotically simple but the tools provided by the system makes it a living hell.

Something like that happened me these days, because the way someone planned the queries system in SAP.

Because that, I decided to write my troubles and their solutions here, to keep track of them and to have a place to go where I’ll need to manage queries again.

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The Google’d ABAP questions

Humm… this post could be a good one or the worst ever, I don’t know, but it would be fun to try it. The goal of this post will be try to find an answer or post information about any search from Google that leaded someone to this blog. It seems some people thinks that a blog called “The Tuly Idiot’s Club” could have useful SAP information, what a shame!

First of all: take a look at the links section (you can find it at the left or at the right of the main page… it changes each time I change this blog’s theme :P). You will find Rich’s ABAP Knowledge Corner and Ilya’s ABAP log and FAQs. Both are way better than this freaky place for ABAP purposes.

Let’s start:

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How to send a mail through SAP and not to die trying it

Update: I’ve wrote a function module that allows you to send VERY SIMPLE mails (no attachments, no weird things) here.

Long time ago, before becoming a tuly idiot, I’ve had to face a little trouble: I had to send a mail with an attachment through SAP, and was not able to find by myself how to do it.

I’ve searched around the net (basically SAPFans :P) and managed how to do it.

I’ve posted there (in SAPFans, I mean) how to do it, but from time to time, someone re-asks the same question, and I’m tired of use the search button in SF. Today I did it again (the search, I mean… I’m not enough lucky) and though “why not to put it in the club’s page? I will save some time in the future…” or something like that.

The link here: http://sapfans.com/forums/viewtopic.php?p=543631
And the post itself after the jump πŸ˜›
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