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SAP Script - Label Printing Issue

Hi,

I have a requirement.

When we do label printing in our project for PUTAWAY label, we use standard text in SAP script.

Standard Text : ZPRINT_300DPI which is hardcoded in the SAP script and this is printing fine in zebra printer.

When they re-print the same, it will go to MOBILE printer and not ZEBRA printer.

Mobile printer should be 200 DPI and we have a separate standard text ZPRINT_200DPI.

Now the requirement says that, based on the user printer settings, I need to pass either 300 or 200 DPI standard texts.

Is this possible. Please suggest.

Thanks,

Prabu

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 07:00 PM

    Hello Prabu,

    I think this is the wrong forum for your question. It seems that a better forum for SAP Script, which has nothing to do with scripting languages, is in ABAP Development e.g. like this.

    Cheers

    Stefan

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  • Posted on Sep 07, 2016 at 08:12 PM

    Well, if you need your output to be dynamic, then your SAPScript also should be dynamic, isn't it? So, avoid hardcoding the text name in your SAPScript.

    Thanks,

    Juwin

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    • Hi Stefan/Juwin,

      Thanks for the inputs.

      Yes.. It is dynamic. Initially, in the discussion i was told that based on the printer, standard text has to be changed dynamically to print.

      That's why i raised this question. Now, i could table to get the printer name before i decide the standard text.

      So, i have wrote the SAP script to trigger the standard text based on the printer name.

      Thanks for the help and my issue is solved now.

      Regards,

      Prabu

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