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Correspondence type set up

Hi ,

I have to setup a SAPSCRIPT for company codes (7200) for correspondence type . I have to create a new correspondence type . I was going thru the SPRO->FI->Global..->correspondence type.

1) there already exists a corr type called ZAP01 for all the company codes and a form ,Now The req is to call a diff form for one company code and leave the others call the same one.

2) I set up a new corr type with co code 7200 and assign the same print program , diff form name and variant ..then i use F.62 and give the new correspondence type and execute it ...still it calls the previous form ...even if i use the new corresponce type ??

If anyone has any idea how to set this up or any DOCUMENT that defines how to proceed ...??

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2006 at 03:41 AM

    Review these steps...

    Txn OB77 to create new correspondence types.

    Txn OB78 to assign ABAP print program and new variant to correspondence type. You may get a warning that this new variant does not exist. This is okay.

    Use SE38 and specify the print program. Select an existing variant, change parameters if needed, and save under the new name.

    Use txn OB96 to assign the new layout set to the ABAP print program. You can enter a specific company code and a new form id.

    Txn OB79 to configure options for the new correspondence type.

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