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How to print samrtform in japanese based on ship to party

Hi Gurus,

Need you rhelp.

I have an requirement to print my smart form in japanese based on the ship to party- if the guy belongs to japan it should print in japanese or else it should print in enghlish if he belongs to singapore.

my idea:

first i will design to forms of same layout in the same smart form name.

then by going se63 to translate the text .

PLs help me asap.

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2007 at 04:30 AM

    why you should use SE63 Transaction for ship-to-party address ? ship-to-party address is variable,depend upon customer the address will vary.

    so you need to write diffrent address,first get the data from kna1 table using ship-to-party number(Kunnr),now look at customer country (LAND1),then print the japanese language (if they maintain address in japanese language)...

    you have to keep logic in ship-to-party address window ..

    if kna1-land1 = 'JA'.

    print japanes address

    else.

    print english language.

    endif.

    try to look at database table,how they are maintaing address in kna1 table or adrc table..

    Thanks

    Seshu

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2007 at 08:06 AM

    Create Standard text for both Japanese language and ENGLISH language and call this standard text in your program. before printing the standard text, do the following.

    IF company code EQ 'JP'

      • print standart text in japanese language

      ENDIF.

      IF company code EQ 'SG'

        • print standart text in ENGLISH language

        ENDIF.

        I guess you can do the rest.

        Reward points to all useful answers.

        Regards,

        SaiRam

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