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URGENT - Text maintained in RFQ not getting Printed

Hi

We have an issue with RFQ printing. The texts maintained in RFQs are not getting printed unless we go to the Text fields & manually edit the text the save the RFQ.

We have done a development wherein we create multiple RFQs for different Vendors from a dummy RFQ. The development is a BDC in the background using the standard RFQ to RFQ copy function.

We do not open the RFQs which are created by this development. Now the issue is, the text in these RFQs is not getting printed unless we open the RFQ & manually edit something & save.

I have tried running the Standard FM manually as well but it doesnt get any text data from these RFQs.

Is anyone having any suggestions for these ?? This is Urgent !

Thanks & Regards

--Vikas

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 12:36 PM

    please check the table STXH

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 12:49 PM

    then make sure you will not capture it in the RFQ form. Alternatively, when you maintain the RFQ, branch it to either header or item text tab page and make sure you will not click further on 'Adopt Text' icon. If you don't, then all texts being maintained will not be printed out to the vendor.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Kiran

      I took the point with my technical team but then we decided not to go for this yet as our BDC is already too loaded for this.

      We have lot of Z fields in dummy RFQ from where the BDC is picking the data for new RFQ. So we are not thinking of using that adopt manually thing as yet though it came to my mind.

      I guess I shall write to OSS for a solution & see if there any note available on this.

      Regards

      --Vikas

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