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TCode Configuration

Hi experts,

i developed shipping labels hard code by using smartforms.

In print program,this can be converted into .pdf format and stored it in "D:\" directory.

it is working fine.But while executing this by using the tcode "VL02N" ,it shows "output could not be issued".

what it means. where is the problem.

By using NACE tcode,i added my print program and smartform into V2(shipping)->output type is "LD00"(Delivery note).

In my print program,it just take the address number based on the customer number entered in the selection screen parameter.Later it passes to the smartform export parameter.The final output will be converted into the PDF format by using "CONVERT_OTF" function module,later download this into D:\ directory by using "WS_DOWNLOAD".

please solve my problem,full points will be rewarded.

Thanks,

chandu.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 09:38 AM

    Output could not be issued means problem is still with the print program which is not able to create output.

    debug the print program used for issuing output through VL02N.

    Have u defined the new output type in Procedures in NACE transaction.

    anya

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