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To see Print Preview for Goods Issue

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I have attached the custom SAPScript in NACE for GI. But while doing Goods Issue Posting (MIGO_GI), I should get some printout of Goods Issue Document. But I am not getting any printout but the material document is getting created. I went to SPRO and maintained Print Indicator for movement Type 221(Consumption for project from warehouse). Please advice if any other configuaration change/s I need to do or any more suggestion.

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Atanu

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2005 at 08:43 AM

    To see the output out of a material document you can use transaction MB90 . But quite possible that an output was not generated at all . There may be a couple of reasons to this .

    You have to create/change output type in NACE. If you have created new one you have to attach this to a procedure ( again in NACE ) . Further you have to maintain a correct condition record for new output type.

    ( for reference you can see other output types which are correctly generating output ).

    Hope this helps .

    Cheers

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    Posted on Oct 01, 2005 at 12:19 AM

    Hi Atanu,

    In the condition record itself there is a communication setting where you have to define the device ( printer) on which you want to print and also there is a check box ("Print immediately"). If this check box is not checked then you can print from spool ( transaction SP01 ) or will have to schedule a job to print from spool. If you want to print while saving material document just click that check box in condition record.

    ( Also check if you can print anything else on the printer you have defined in communication setting of condition record. Try with any report list).

    Cheers

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