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What's the trick, if any, in Naming CSV or XLSX files in InfoAssist (Preferred) or App Studio?
Here's the results from Text Editing in App Studio, which is still not perfect:
-* Naming a CSV file results on 'WFServlet.csv'
ON TABLE PCHOLD AS 'My CSV File' FORMAT COMT
-* Naming a XLSX file results on 'my xlsx file': All lower case.
-*ON TABLE PCHOLD AS 'My XLSX File' FORMAT XLSX
Uncomment either of the PCHOLD lines and let me know your results if different than the AS 'Name' and what you did to accomplish that (Or a reference to a FM (FOCUS Manual)) .This message has been edited. Last edited by: Doug,
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