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Reg : standard texts in scripts

hi,

when I created a standard text in so10 and included in window ...

I got the sysntax as follows

INCLUDE Z_BP_FOOTER OBJECT TEXT ID ADRS

and when I executed the script..I got the output.

But what my question is...When I checked already exisiting form(which I Have to

modify now) the syntax is as follows

INCLUDE &REGUD-TXTFU& OBJECT TEXT ID ADR

what is the difference between these two..and

Iam confused as which method i should follow?

I came to know that REGUD is a structure and TXTFU is the field.

plz let me know if anyone has worked on this syntax

INCLUDE &REGUD-TXTFU& OBJECT TEXT ID ADR

waiting for your answers

Regards

Vaja

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 02:51 AM

    > hi,

    > when I created a standard text in so10 and included

    > in window ...

    > I got the sysntax as follows

    > INCLUDE Z_BP_FOOTER OBJECT TEXT ID ADRS

    > and when I executed the script..I got the output.

    >

    > But what my question is...When I checked already

    > exisiting form(which I Have to

    > modify now) the syntax is as follows

    >

    > INCLUDE &REGUD-TXTFU& OBJECT TEXT ID ADR

    >

    > what is the difference between these two..and

    > Iam confused as which method i should follow?

    > came to know that REGUD is a structure and TXTFU is

    > the field.

    >

    > plz let me know if anyone has worked on this syntax

    > INCLUDE &REGUD-TXTFU& OBJECT TEXT ID ADR

    >

    > waiting for your answers

    >

    > Regards

    > Vaja

    hi, Vaja!

    The variables for the company code-specific standard texts that you specify in the text element are predefined in the system. REGUD-TXTFU is the SAPscript standard for footer. REGUD contains derived values from the payment program, including informationfrom the business partner bank master record, amounts with protective asterisks, or amounts without editing characters for the OCRA line.

    If you use company-code-dependent standard texts, you must specify the corresponding symbols in the text element for the print program which is REGUD-TXTFU for the footer.

    You can use your customized footer or the standard.

    - Ana Lyn

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  • Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 03:01 AM

    Refer reg--standard-texts-in-the-scripts

    Regards,

    SaiRam

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