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Mar 13, 2014 at 05:17 PM

How to suppress a property being output to a label once a date has been reached

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Hi,

I would like to suppress a property being output to a label once a date has been reached. I have tried the WWI conditional output functionality but am experiencing issues.

The issue is the symbols I am wanting to use have different expansion times.

For example:

The property contains a CHAR30 phrase-related characteristic and a DATE FORMAT characteristic.

I only want to output the phrase if the current date the label is printed is the same or later than the date assigned in the property.

When I try to create the conditional output:

<11BRG200(M,ZSAP_EHS_1011_014;*)>

<15BIF100(AND:01GZE1_ZE145 GE S:02EHS_RPPRIN)><01GZE1_ZE10G(P;*)[D:Grant
No.]> <15EIF100>

<11ERG200>

On checking the template, I get the message 'Repeating group IF 100: Different expansion times for condition symbols'

SAP Help does tell me that:

· If you enter a number of symbols in the condition, these must all have the same expansion time. If you require a conditional output that is dependent on symbols with different expansion times, you have to nest a number of conditional outputs.

Does anyone know how I can achieve this?

Best regards

Karen Waterworth