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PO print

Hi there,

I'm not sure if the program to print the PO in 4.7 is the same that 4.6C, I'm facing a lot of problems in a migration project here...

The program is SAPFM06P?? because it is all commented in the 4.7.

Thank you.

Alexandre Nogueira

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2005 at 07:53 PM

    What problem are you having?

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    • If you copied and made changes to some of the includes, yes there is a very likelyhood that you will have issues. You just have to painstakingly go through it one at a time and resolve them. Read note 324453. It specifically refers to the upcoming changes to this program and asks you to start using SAPLMEDRUCK. Even though they continued to support it in older versions, now from 47, they stopped.

      Please revert back any specific issues that you have as a result.

      Srinivas

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2005 at 07:58 PM

    On 47 all the subroutines for printing PO are in program

    FM06PE02 which is an include of SAPFM06P . If you were using SAPFM06P on 46c you can use same program and subroutine names in your output type configuration.

    The whole logic is in two functions ME_READ_PO_FOR_PRINTING & ME_PO_PRINT. You may have to rewrite your custom program or fix the syntax errors in 47 . It should work . We also had a custom program and we upgraded to 47 , so we only fixed the unicode errors.

    Cheers

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