You can download the following dlls and then use the exit functions in the GuiXT Call statement. Feel free to look at the C++ source code, to change the code if necessary, and to send us other useful examples or enhancements.
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Installation of a dll
|alphanum||Adds leading 0000… to a numerical field.
In The string that should be filled with leading 0000…
In Size of output string, maximum 250
Out String with leading 0000…
Call “alphanum” dll=”guixtstring.dll” In=”&[Material]” In=”8″ Out=”NumMaterial”
|StripQuotationMarks||Strips quotation marks from a string.
Typical methods of generating ASCII text files place double quotation marks around character fields. In R/3 these quotation marks aren’t wanted.
In The string with quotation marks
Out String without quotation marks
Call “StripQuotationMarks” dll=”guixtstring.dll” In=”&[QMaterial]“ Out=”SMaterial”