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Cheque printing for FBZ5

Dear Friends,

This is the first time i m doing cheque printing. I am doing it for the Tcode FBZ5. I prepared the layout using scripts. But after that I m not able to go further. I learnt that the driver prog for cheque printing is RFFOUS_C. I have these questions.

1) How to assign the print program to FBZ5 transaction or to my form.

2) How to pass data form standard transaction.

3)how to pass my script to the RFFOUS_C print program

Plse answer these questions. I m in client place. It is top most urgent for me.



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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 08:36 AM

    Hi Santosh,

    I have not workd on fbz5 but worked on check requirement and presently the work is in progress. Go to tcode fbzp and in it , u will be having 6 tabs, wherein select the tab payment methods in company code. Then u will get a list of countries and their paymnt methods wherein u can select ur compcode and the paymnt method to which u have to create the check. Then select the button Form Data wehrein u can find a form name. Usually, it will be f110_prenum_chck. Now in that place, ur form name shud be attached and it will be done by ur BA or FA. Ask them to attach ur form in config . and u need not worry coz it s a config issue. If at all, they ask u to attach the form , u can do it as i have said but for that u nee dto be authorised for that.

    And to ur next point of passing the data to the standard transaction, what u need to do is, create an open invoice to test in fb60 t-code and then create an identification in F110. Pl search the thread which contains the process of F110. I have posted it earlier. I do not know how to attach teh thread as i am also new to SDN.

    Hope this helps. Let me know in case of any queries.



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