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Issue in Dunnin - f150

Hi,

I have a smartform developed for dunning. On its execution from f150 transaction, i could see that an error message is logged as "Form ZF150_DUNN_SF language is not active and has no errors".

Why do I get this message ??

In addition, I tried to have a look at that smartform. When i open it, i get the following message in the status bar, "Graphic 'TEXMEX_GOGO' (Object 'GRAPHICS', ID 'BMAP') does not exist."

I could see that form is ACTIVE as the status shows that !!

  • I dont know Smartforms and would like your help in debugging this issue.

Plase let me know if u need more info in this regard..

thanks

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2005 at 04:05 PM

    Hi Rad

    - First Error: Form ZF150_DUNN_SF language is not active and has no errors

    I believe your customizing is wrong, infact the system manages only sapscript by default for dunning.

    So I think it try to open a sapscript but it can't found it because it's a smartform.

    If you want to use a smartfirms for dunning you have to use the Business Transaction Events 1720 (see the help for more details);

    - Second error: Graphic 'TEXMEX_GOGO' (Object 'GRAPHICS', ID 'BMAP') does not exist

    See if this graphic exists by SE78.

    Max

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2005 at 09:52 PM

    It appears that it thinks that a graphic which is used in the form does not exist. First, do you need this image? If so, make sure that it exists in SE78. If it does, check the spelling. Make adjustments and activate. Working now?

    Regards,

    Rich HEilman

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