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Label Design in SAP

Hi Experts,

I need to design the labels using bartender software and need to import in SAP. Am able to create the lables and able to import the label into .ITF file extension. Lable will be having logo, static and dynamic fields. Now the problem is how we can integrate the same in SAP. Have created a standard text and upload the .ITF extension file into sap. But not sure how we can use the standard text in sapscript. Have attached the bartender file format and standard text format also.

Bartender Label software Version : 10.0

Edition - Enterprise Automation Edition

Kindly help me on this issue.

Thanks and Regards,

Zakir Appas A

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 03:01 PM

    Hello Zakir,

    so I assume you are following the procedure from note 137372.

    Please switch off the "pc-style" editor and use the "old" line-oriented editor in SAP when importing the text file from Bartender. You can do this in SE71 via menu "settings->form painter" and there unchecking the box "Graphical PC editor".

    Then , when you edit a window, you should see the "old" line-style editor.

    You cannot directly upload ITF data in SE71: use SO10 to upload the ITF data into a standard text and then use the F2 ... F2 mark and copy functionality in the SAPscript editor to copy the text via the clipboard into the SE71 window.

    Actually the note mentiones this procedure also.

    Best regards,


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