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Function Module (Spell_words) ??? Used in smartforms

Hi Folks,

I got a urgent requirement.. I have developed a smart form for Excise invoice ....

I want to display amount Of Excise Duty in Words...

Will it possible to call function module (SPELL_WORDS) in smartforms,pl let me know if it is possible.. plz give me steps...

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Shashank

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2007 at 05:21 PM

    Hi

    In the program Lines you can call the fun modules

    SPELL_AMOUNT or

    HR_IN_CHG_INR_WRDS

    and can print the amount in words

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    Anji

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      You can look at footer window

      Keep the cursor on footer window -> right click -> create -> program lines

      in general attributes column ,write the perform routine,in conditions tab you can use input parameters as well output parameter.

      now you need to call form routine.

      goto global definition,click on form routines tab,here you can use form routine.

      you can call spell_word fm in form routine.

      Thanks

      seshu

  • Posted on Jul 14, 2007 at 04:35 AM

    Create program lines in your smart form, declare a variable of character type, in import parameter of spell words pass the amount field and export pass the variable that is holding the spelling of number(i.e above declare character)

    Use FM spell word inside program line.

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    SaiRam

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