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send_status called but not print

there is a tcode to print accounting Document in the prd system, all user used as normal except one(XXXX)

i check her authority using 'SU53', no msg about authority-check

usually, when print from sap Successful, SAPLPD.LOG will print log as below

(16:45:32) Number of processors: 4

(16:45:32) Icon DLL loaded.

(16:45:32)

(16:45:32) Network Communication via SAP-NiLib

(16:45:32) Hostname: Timothy-PC

(16:45:32) IP Address: xxx.xxx.5.102

(16:45:32)

(16:45:32) SAPLPD version 730 Final Release.7300.3.8.31

(16:45:32)

(16:45:32) OS-Info: version = 6.1, build = 0/7601, text = Service Pack 1

(16:45:32) (C) Copyright 1992-2012 SAP AG

(16:45:32)

(16:45:42)

(16:45:42) Receive job for printer Microsoft XPS Document Writer (Berkeley LPD protocol / RFC1179)

(16:45:42) send_status called

(16:45:42) send_status called

(16:45:42) send_status called

(16:45:42) send_status called

(16:45:42) send_status called

(16:45:42) Job 000OVxpp.DEV for user 'XXXX' queued.

(16:45:42) Start printing job 000OVxpp.DEV on printer MICROSOFT XPS DOCUMENT WRITER

(16:45:55) Print-job 000OVxpp.DEV, 22 pages finished.

(16:45:55) Elapsed time 12.543 sec (1.797 sec. used by windows)


WHEN USER 'XXXX' excute the tcode to print, the saplpd.log show up, and the log is ended at ‘after send_status called ’, no more msg

and then the saplpd.log dialogue disappeared automatically, not print

and i found nothing about thsi username with 'sp01'

anyone help~Thx!

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2014 at 12:22 PM

    Hello Timothy,

    as I can see SAPLPD is used for front-end printing here (and not server-based printing).

    This means that Access Method F is used for front-end prining - which is the old and not supported method, because it has been replaced by Access Method G.

    As SAPLPD was not developed for several years, it is possible that such problems might appear today.

    As a solution please use Access Method G.

    Regards,
    Laszlo

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