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No of Copies from Material Master

Dear Friends,

I am trying to find the table and field for the subject matter in Extended Warehouse Management.

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Extended Warehouse Management >> Work Scheduling >> Print >> Settings >> /SCWM/PRHU6 - Create Condition Records for Printing (HUs) Execute this transaction. On the next screen (General Condition Maintenance) I selected Application as PHU, MaintenanceGrp as PHU,Maintenance Context is GCM and execute. On the next screen (Condition Records - Process) Select Action Definition and click on Select Records ... new window pop-up to select records. On the Selection Screen I maintained Action Definition as HU_LABEL and Valid Date as current date and executed. A new table pop-ups with different columns. One of the column is No. of Copies. I clicked that field and pressed F4 function key, I found there are 6 options available those are....

0 Number of Copies from Spool Parameter

1 Number of Copies from Material Master

2 Number of Copies = 1

3 Number of Copies = Quantity in Alternative Unit of Measure

4 Number of Copies = Quantity in Base Unit of Measure

5 Number of Copies from Packing Instructions

I understood all six options including option '1 Number of copies from Material Master'. Because I configured the Material Master and brought Labeling View where there is a column ' Copies'. Now my trouble is my clients system there is no such configuration but still they are taking printouts.I could not find how they are taking the printouts.Is there any BAdi or Function Module which can be used to take printouts?

Thanks and regards,


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    Posted on Apr 30, 2016 at 07:59 AM

    Dear customer,

    Do you mean you set "number of copies from material master" in the condition, but you don't set the number in material master, you still get documents printed?

    Have you checked log in SLG1?


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