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Material document print out

For country ROMANIA , it is needed to trigger an output for material document once goods receipt is posted. We copied output type WE03 & created a new output type with the program /CEECV/ROLOSAPM07DR and the form /CEECV/ROLOGOOD2.

We created a condition record based on Transaction type , Print version & print item. We maintained entries in OMJ3 as shown below .

The problem is that output is triggering for all the plants for different company codes which is not required. Also in our Quality system the output works fine only for Romania plant but in Production system we are facing this problem.

Please suggest

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    Posted on May 12, 2015 at 09:06 AM

    Hello Jurgen

    I agree with you & have the same understanding. However using OMJ3 , if i do not maintain the output type & plant entry then it wouldn't be able to determine the printer & hence won't trigger the output for the plant.

    TO ensure this we also need to avoid maintaining the printer in the condition record as well.

    This was the mistake we had made & once we removed the printer from the condition record , it is now giving output only for Romania plant.

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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 08:35 AM

    You wrote: "We created a condition record based on Transaction type , Print version & print item. "

    Isn't Transaction type , Print version & print item all equal for all plants?

    So this condition record is found from anyone who creates a receipt. You should include the plant into the access sequence and create the condition records only for the other sequence.

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