E1: BSFN: B34A1010 (Write One Line to Flat File) Function Fails to Write a Text Line If Output Flat File Encoding Set to SHIFT_JIS
Last updated on MAY 23, 2018
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In a custom report using a business function B34A1010 to generate a text file, the "Write One Line to Flat File" function fails to write text if the output encoding is specified as SHIFT_JIS encoding.
When the function is called sequentially to generate multiple lines of text data, only the first line never gets written and all lines after the first line written into the text file.
For example, in the event rule design, the following function calls are defined:
1st call of Write One Line To Flat File:
2nd call of Write One Line To Flat File:
Using the Work with Flat File Encoding application (P93081) to specify the SHIFT_JIS encoding.
When running the application, the text output will be as follows:
*Notice the first line of the function calls is missing in the text file.
A similar symptom has been reported in the past and fixed in <Bug 21924045>; however, the problem still occurs with the tools releases in which the fix for the Bug applied.
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