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Ztds

Hi All

We are using here "ztds_mod"** T-code for issuing the TDS certificates to the vendors. The main problem lies with the issue that whenever we try to take out the print of TDS certificate of a vendor with whom we have more than one transaction covered under same section with different codes ..........for eg. If a vendor is covered under two different tax rates for the same section like 10% and 20% for 194C, then while taking the print of the same transaction from production server the system executes the T- code for a time and after that it just comes back to the main window i.e SAP user menu. The same thing is working fine in DEV Server. The reason given by many persons behind this is the quantum of data in Production server. We are given the task of speeding up the working of the same T- code in Production Server.

Could any one of you please help me by directing me from where to start the process, what are the necessary things to be done and finally how it is to be done?

kindly help

Regards

Ruby

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    Since this is a 'Z', that is customer developed program, you need to debug the program and find out the reason as why its coming out of the program. you enter the T code and in the command field put "/H" and then run the program. May be if you know the code where to check, have a break point in that place and then from there you can debug and findout the cause.

    Thanks

    Krishna.

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