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F150 - Dunning

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Can anyone tell me how we can have the reminders spooled

into individual files as oppose to just one big spool file?



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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 11:13 AM


    When you schedule the print you have the possibility to enter some parameters for the Printout (by selecting the field "OutputDevice" and press)

    In the Output options you have three flags:

    (1) Print immediately

    (2) Delete after print

    (3) New spool request

    When you are selecting the first and the third flag, the program is creating a spool request for the first dunning form and then it is printing it because of the flag "Print immediately". After that the spool number is finished and closed. Because of this the program has to

    open a new spool number for the next form and so on.

    If you want to create just one spool request for the complete dunning run, you cannot select "Print immediately".

    Maybe this flag is taken from your user parameters so please check this.


    1)Run transaction f150.

    2) Select a dunning run, which has had parameters entered.

    3) Click on the green tick.

    4) Click on the button labeled "Schedule".

    5) Tick the box labeled 'Dunn.print with scheduling?'.


    After step 4. you can:

    5) Click on the field labeled 'Output Device' and use the pull-down

    button....a pop-up screen appears and you can enter the print

    immediately flag here.

    Here is what the F1 Help on the field 'Dunn.print with scheduling?'


    Indicator: Print job with scheduling ?

    This field means that the dunning notices are printed immediately after the dunning run. The dunning notices created are then in the spool system. It is no longer possible to edit the dunning proposal manually or to delete a dunning proposal which has been created.

    Hope this solves your problem,



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