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how to separate amount in script

I copied standard layout into zform.

amount(wrshb) is coming from standard printprogram Rfkord10.

i want to print separately total debit amount sum which is ( + ) sign

and total credit amount sum which is ( - ) sign.

the filed is Rf140-wrshb.

final i want to display difference between debit and credit amount.

debit - credit = netbalance.

how to do this in scripts.

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:26 AM

    Call sub-routine inside your SAPscript , do your calculation and display the required value...


    Go through this example


    /: PERFORM <Subroutine name> IN PROGRAM <subroutine prog name>

    /:USING &<field name>&

    /:CHANGING &<field name1&


    Then create subroutine pool program and you have to write the code.

    FORM ><subroutine name> tables int_cond structure itcsy

    outt_cond structure itcsy.

    data : value(20), value1(20). "do your own declarations

    Read int_cond table index 1.

    value = int_cond-value.

    value1 = value1 + value.

    Read outt_cond table index 1.

    outt_cond-value = value1.

    Modify outt_cond index 1.


    Just rough idea given above.

    close the thread once your question is answered.



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