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something about SPAD setting

Dear all:

can you do me a favor to tell me how to set the SPAD, and i just use CNSAPWIN as output type and connect to the print, when i print, SAPLPD.LOG didn't occur so i don't know whether it print completely or not.

Hope somebody can help me to configure the output using SPAD transaction code. thanks in advance.

Monson

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 09:07 AM

    In SPAD go to ADMIN tab.. in general that is the last tab after Char.Sets.

    Select ADMIN --> Click on SETTINGS button --> in 'Frontend Prnt tab' There give proper data in the field "SAPlpd StartCommand for frontend printing" . hope that will solve your problem....

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 09:07 AM

    In output device assign Device Type "SAPWIN Rel.4.x/SAPlpd 4.09+ Only!" for windows based local printing. For this printer should be set as default in windows setting from which the print is to be triggered.

    Also check the version of SAPlpd. You can donwload the latest SAPlpd from SAP Support portal

    -Alpesh

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