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driver program for PO SMART FORMS

Hi.

what is the driver program for the PO smartforms.

/smb40/mmpo_l

mmpo_a

is it the same like for script(MEDRUCK)--SAPFM06P.

OR DIFFERENT.

Plz help me to find out.

Thanks in advance,

regards,

eswar

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 05:29 AM

    hi

    to see the driver program

    go to NAST transaction

    selece Application type and double click on that

    eg

    V1 for Sales

    V3 for Billing

    select required one and press output types

    then see whether u it has standard smart form and driver program

    other wise u have to copy standard script and necessary changes

    in the form calling level.

    bye

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 05:39 AM

    HI VENKAT,

    The print program name for 'MEDRUCK' is <b>SAPFM06P</b>,

    you can find out for smartforms

    by using transaction NACE.

    or table TNAPR.

    here is the way to find the print program for smartforms

    ifferent ways

    1) Check the table TNAPR.

    2) go to the Tcode -> NACE

    3) Go to the T-code 'SMARTFORMs'

    Give your form name

    go to the general attributes.

    Check the Package name.

    then go to T-Code-> SE80

    there check the program name for a package wise

    Mark the points if u find it useful

    ~~Guduri

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 05:42 AM

    Hi,

    yes..u r right..the same you're talking abt. The driver prg for this form is SAPFM06P. however, you can also find the exact driver prg list for your form in NACE tcode.

    regds,

    shamim.

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