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output type in SAP Script

hi all,

what is this output type?why it is needed?

i have developed a print prog for exise invoice

but not used output type anywhere to see the output of the form.

so my question is when this output type is reqired and when not?

whther i should create output type for the above print program also. whether it is good practice to have output type? if yes why and how can we create output type for my above program?

thanks & regards

sanjeev

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 07:57 AM

    You will assign output types using Transaction NACE.

    It doesnt come under any application. All the applications are defined here. You can write the conditions/procedures through routines.

    u can get the output type and the associated program in table TNAPR.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 08:04 AM

    Basically, output type define via transaction NACE are used mainly for document prints. They can be triggered via the document transactions through output messages (example for delivery note print, VL02n can be used etc). Hence in short, it is simple and easy way to issue document prints within the document.

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    Anurag

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    • Hi,

      quite interesting question, but difficult to put it in nutsehll.

      Definition

      An output type (or also a "condition type") summarizes messages of the same meaning. It contains parameters that are valid for all its assigned messages, for example appropriate partner functions.

      BA00 (order confirmation), MAIL (internal message), KRML (credit limit exceeded)

      Use

      For each transmission medium, one form routine in a program is assigned to the output type. This form routine is called for processing the message (message status record).

      For transmission medium 7: SAPoffice mail you can assign the output type title and text of mails which are used as default values in the condition records, that is to say, in the messages.

      Try this link.

      http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/c8/19884743b111d1896f0000e8322d00/content.htm

      Feel free to revert back.

      --Ragu

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