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URGENT Printing problems on PRODUCTION

I have printers problem.

All in sp01 for all printers is in "waiting"(frontend unavailable)-this could be from jobs end sent to "locl"

or

(this is tested by me personally)"error"(Incorrect (SAPLPD reported error))when a simple printout of printers in "SPAD" is sent to a "named printer".

However when I test(check function in SPAD) this device with "error" I get no problem

Basically no printouts on production. What to do ?

This stands in log for mentioned simple printout:

SAP spool error log

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Print request processing log

The host spool is reporting errors

SAPLPD has reported problems:

Most important attributes of spool request

Request number 8701

Request name LIST1S JOHN SAPMSPAD_TIN

Client 700

Owner TINA

Request attributes

Time created 2007111505541500

Remaining life +00007235850

Dispo 1 (Go/Hold) G

Dispo 2 (Keep/Delete) K

Dispo 3 (Indirect/Direct) D

Default output device BOJN

Default no. copies 1

Format X_65_255

Main print request characteristics

Spool request number 8701

Print request number 1

Print request attributes

Time created 2007111505541500

Output device BOJN

Format X_65_255

Character converter active when first problem occurred

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 05:03 AM

    Hi,

    This can happen if there are compatibility problems for the device type that you have selected for the printer.

    Also if the device type allows the printer tobe selected by the user through a pop-up, such prints when issued from a transaction document generally stay in spool with the error that you mentioned..

    but if you manually re-process the message from sp01, teh output shall get issued.

    if this is the case with you, try not to have 1 to many )output devices to physical printers)

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