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Userspecific Printer determination for orders / invoices

Hello SD-experts,

At the moment output types are found via condition records, based on sales org / sales unit. These condition records contain the printing parameters. The requirement now is that for some users the parameters should be userspecific.

My problem is: there is the printing rule in the output type (1,2,U,S..) and there are the printing parameters of the condition records. Which one has priority ? At the moment it seems that the printing rule of the output type has no influence if output is determined via condition access. That's right ??

Any usefull hint would be highly appreciated ..

Regards Wolfgang

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 09:53 AM

    you are right, so create a new condition table with the user and a new access with that table and fill the user field in the output determination with the field SY-UNAME that is the user itself in the user exit KOMKBV1 (orders) and KOMKBV3 (invoices)

    Then create the appropriate condition records.

    Reward if helpful

    Roberto Mazzali

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:30 AM

    You can either do as suggested in previous post defining additional condition table and adding it to your access sequence prior to other steps so it searches for user-specifuc output first, if not ofund - then everything remains as before.

    Or you can change printer in your print program before opening the form (check 'itcpo' structure passed to OPEN_FORM)... of course it works only if you have your own print program for your output types.

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 02:51 PM

    Thank you for your help -think i'll have a look on the printing programm ( it's an customer own ).

    But - "Use the radio buttons to award points to replies" -

    would like to do so, but there are no (??). Try later ?

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    Wolfgang Valtin

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