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Sapscript form - different output for another logical device


I am solving an issue with SAPscript form for SD invoice, we use 2 logical devices LOCL and LOHP and there are differences in output of printing invoice but very important, because than positions of labels are in another positions. When I checked both priniting outputs, it looks that there is another font in both devices and this fact change the position of the labels, but it is only presumption.

Do you have any experience with this issue?

Thanks a lot

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  • Posted on Aug 18, 2015 at 06:42 AM

    Yes this is quite common, when you use a different device it will be different, you need to check your settings and config along the whole route from your sapscript to your printer. Check your output types in NACE, your printer settings in SPAD and then also the fonts and settings of the individual printer.

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2015 at 12:56 AM

    Hello Petr,

    Do you mean the font in the print preview is different from the actual output result or do you mean that
    the print result from device LOCL is different from LOHP?

    Could you pls check in tcd:SPAD which access method do you define for both output devices LOCL
    and LOHP?

    If it's using access method G pls refer to note 1780896 and if it's using S pls refer to the note 1780925
    to take the log file,there will record the font information.


    Jie Bai

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