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sorting print output of dunning run

Hi all,

One of our clients has a machine which puts letters in envelopes. He wants us to print some code (basically stripes) on the dunning letters following a certain sequence, so all letters for one customer end up in the same envelope. In order for this to work we need all letters for one customer to come out 'one after the other'.

But - we don't know for sure how the print output is sorted and if we can control it - basically, we woul like to sort the output on customer. Because our customer can have different dunning letters if he has posts in different dunning areas or dunning levels, and we want all his letters to come out the one after the other, even if they belong to different dunning areas or dunning levels. We are using SapScript for the dunning letters.

Thanks in advance,

Ioana

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 07:53 AM

    Hi,

    What is the name of the SAP standard program you are using to produce the Dunning letters ?

    Please provde me with this so I can look into this as I suspect there is an easy way possibly to achieve this for you.

    Kind regards

    Colin.

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      Sorry Colin,

      In the meantime the answer is found. It's transaction OBMK in the customizing where you can define sorting variants, plus transaction OBVU where you choose the sorting variant for your company code.

      Best regards,

      Ioana

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