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hi experts,

how to run a standard smartform without using driver program. What is nace why used.

Anshu

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  • Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:33 AM

    HI,

    press F8 and pass the values for importing and exporting, tables parameters

    This is a advantage of smartforms when compared to scripts.

    Nace transaction is to assign the scripts/smartforms to the driver programs

    according to their output types.

    See you have a driver program and you have a smartform

    there should be some link uinbetween them right.. NACe transaction does this assignment

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    regards,

    nazeer

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      Hi Raj,

      As I have replied in Earlier Post. If you want to pass value to SMARTFORM, you need to create a Driver Program. There is no Alternative.

      Step to put propervalues in SAMRTFORM is.......

      1. Open SE38. Create a new program.

      2. Click on Pattern and Place a Function Module name of your smart form here.

      This will ask for Improting and exporting parameters. Once you provide that parameters it will run fine.

      Darshan

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 05:43 AM

    Hi Anshu,

    Smart form is a function module. You can run this FM by pressing F8. But if u want to assign TCODE to this FM then You have to call the FM in a Program.

    In this program no need to write LOGIC, you can accomodate complete code inside the SMART form only. This is advantage of SMARTFORM over the SCRIPT.

    Hope this will resolve your query.

    Darshan

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