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Can we trigger an output when PGI is done

Hi guys,

Can you help me how we can trigger an output in delivery when a Delivery is PGIed.

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Sujan

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 06:42 AM

    Hi,

    Yes, you can trigger the output when PGI is done, you can do it from VL03N transaction,

    Rgds,

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      Hi,

      Yes, you can trigger the output only when PGI has been done or else you can stop the processing.

      All you need to do is write a small routine for application v2

      1. Goto tcode - VOFM - Requirements - Output control

      Where in you can see the routines(Need access to create a new routine)

      2. In editor of the routine just code

      IF KOMKBV2-WBSTK <> 'C'.

      sy-subrc = 4.

      exit.

      ENDIF.

      Then the Output will be triggred only when PGI is done.

      3. You need to mention the routine no. in NACE

      Hope this solves your problem

  • Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 12:46 AM

    hi

    i think itz possible.plz check with your SD Consultant...Basically itz a functional consultant's

    work..Have a look at the transaction NACE...

    Cheers,

    Abdul Hakim

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      Yes. You can issue output when PGI is done.

      As suggested by Abdul, have a look at txn NACE. Application Shipping and explore various option. You can have your own logic to print like....if vbuk-wbstk = 'C'....trigger it. It could be configured to be a manual trigger too. One could restrict from multiple issuing and so on..

      Raj

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