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How can I modify print porgram in Sap script

Hi,

I would like to do some changes in Print program. I m going to change Prog.RFFOUS_C , I have to do changes in Check amount field &REGUD-SWNET& . Please kindly help me on this,How to proceed.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 06:23 AM

    That is a standard program.. so you can not change that. Only way is to get Access key from client. Mostly people will go for copying the program into a z-program and make changes. in NACE they will keep the z-program as print program insteda of original program...

    This is the best option. But with client confirmation...

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    • Dear Jaya,

      Enter tcode SE16 and open the table TNAPR ,

      enter the program name into the field PGNAM ,

      check the RONAM field.

      This is the entry procedure in that program .

      Enter tcode SE38 and open the program ,

      find the corresponding procedure and put a break point there .

      And then you can process the document to produce output,

      the program should break at the break point that you set .

      From there you can learn the program flow and find out the place to insert your code.

      Hope that helps.

      Rgds,

      TSW

  • Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 06:24 AM

    Hi,

    Copy the program into a z-program and make changes. in NACE give the z-program as print program .

    reward if helpful.

    Regards,

    nagaraj

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