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How to give print from SAP fiori App via Bluetooth Printer

Oct 06, 2017 at 09:42 AM

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Hi All,

I have a requirement to print the feed from SAP Fiori Client via bluetooth. My requirement is only to use SAP Fiori Client without using Hybrid Application. I am printing using EPOS bluetooth printer. Can anyone please suggest the right approach ?

Please suggest the right way.

Thank you,

Srikar Nagadevara

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Former Member Oct 09, 2017 at 04:17 AM
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Hi Srikar,

Okay, But before that,

Step1: did you configured the Bluetooth printer in SAP already?

BR,

PG

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Hi Pavan,

Thank you for the reply.

So, Should we configure the Bluetooth printer in the back-end SAP system?

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Hi User & Srikar,

Thank you for response!

Please go through and add new printer. login in sap and use t-code SPAD click on output device and check existing printer setting. Then create new printer setup and put required information. Or just follow below steps:

Enter the T Code -SPAD.

In Spool Administration screen, click on Display against Output devices. This will list out all output devices configured in SAP system. Click on Create button to add new printer.

In Device Attribute Screen below, put name of Output device, Device type, Device Class, Model and Location of Printer. In Access method screen, select Host Spool Access Method and Host Printer.

In Host Printer you can attach default printer of the machine where user has logged in, by writing "__DEFAULT". Check or uncheck "No Device Selection at Frontend" as per requirement. Click on save button to save settings.

If you have not selected short name in device attribute screen then system will show below message. Click yes to go ahead.

Points to be noted : 1. Ensure that your printer drivers in operating system level are up to date.

2. Ensure you are able to print from Operating system level.

The printer can be configured using one of the following types.

1) Using SAP protocal

In this type of configuration, you need to install the network printer on a windows server where you have the SAPSprint installed. For these type of the printer select the Access method 'S'. Give the host printer name as the same name that you have given in the windows server.

2) Using third party Print setup

In this you have to choose the Access method as 'E'. But in your case, it involves complete set up of the external Output management system like HPOMS, Columbus OM etc...Give the host printer name as the same name that you have given in the External Output Management system.

3) Printers set up on the server

In this type you need to choose the Accessmethod as 'L'. You need to contact the HP-UX team to configure the printer on the server on which your SAP runs. Give the host printer name as the same name that you have given in the HP-UX server.

4) Printing using LOCL

In this type of the printer you need to choose device type SWIN and the Accessmethod as F. In this case you need to choose the host printer as __DEFAULT( 2 times Underscore ). This will print on the default printer of windows system of the user who ever is printing on that.

Please check and provide your feedback.

Br,

Pavan Golesar

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Hi Pavan,

Thank you for the quick response.

I am using SAP Fiori Client application and printing from Tablet. My printer model is TM-P60II and I want printer it via Bluetooth using the printer as the printer supports Bluetooth.

If I am printing from the desktop I was able to print it via WiFi as the printer I available via WiFi and I can see the available printers on the left side of the page but I have to do it differently while printing from Tablet.

We can use Cordova plugins for printing but I do not find the plugin for Bluetooth.

Note: I have to do this without building a Hybrid application.

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