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problem with printing multiple items in variable window

Hi abapers,

i am facing problem in invoice printing that contain multiple line items.I have to print three line items in main window and in other variable window i have to print the same line items along with quantity and material description.

For that i have created three variables to store lineitems data and before the printing goes to next page, i am calling that variable window.But in output it is printing only one item.While debugging, in print program all 3 variables are populating with correct data.Please give me solution for this one.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    HI,

    wat i understand is u r trying to loop at a variable window .but tht is not suggestable.

    write a loop in program lines. read the values in to different variables and the try printing them as text elements that will solve the problem.

    or else in other way use a template and that can also solve the problem.

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      template is other way of approaching the concept of table but here we dont have the default header footer and main area.

      u can define as many number of rows as possible and columns too.

      define as many no. of row types as possible. and start including them.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 06:56 AM

    variable window size is static..

    Make sure the length is enough

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