SAP GUI Scripting – Scripting from Access

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This example shows how to execute a SAP GUI script from MS Access. It is using the extract of lock entries like in the last Excel example.

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5 thoughts on “SAP GUI Scripting – Scripting from Access

    whale big

    (December 23, 2018 - 9:15 pm)

    Hi Csongor, Thanks your video. I got a error message "Object doesn't support this property or method" on the code: GirdView.GetCellValue, do you know why? I use Access2010.

    julian mendoza

    (December 23, 2018 - 9:15 pm)

    Thanks Csongor, you've come to my rescue again – very useful transformation of the SAP GUI to excel extract query

    Aldo Nova

    (December 23, 2018 - 9:15 pm)

    @Csongor Varga – thanks for this. I have a question about the grid view object. I am running a report in SAP that contains several thousand records and in the grid view of SAP, I have to page down to get to the end. When I execute the script in Access, I am only extracting a few hundred records. Is there a way to define the grid view object in the code so that it includes all the records in the SAP screen? I was thinking that because my grid view in SAP contained many records that were not visible until I scrolled down, that somehow that was causing Access to only extract the 'visible' records from SAP.

    James Gilliam

    (December 23, 2018 - 9:15 pm)

    I like your work. I have to ask I am try to take the access and pull the data in se16. any is on the right path?


    (December 23, 2018 - 9:15 pm)

    Excellent!!!!! Great, I will try to use it soon

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