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Regarding Migration of SAP Script to Smartform

How to do migration of SAP Script to Smartform please explain me the steps?

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 07:36 AM

    hi,

    you can goto smartforms transaction -> wite the name of smartforms->utilities>migrate.

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      check out this:

      The other method is mass migration:

      A standard report program SF_MIGRATE is available to migrate SAP scripts to Smartforms. The generated SF will start with SF_*, the * having the name of the script.

      Execute the program SF_MIGRATE from se38

  • Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 07:36 AM

    hi,

    goto smartforms transaction utilities - migrate to script form or use standard program sf_migrate.

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 07:36 AM

    Migrating a SAPscript form

    1. Go to the SAP Smart Forms initial screen (transaction SMARTFORMS ).

    2. In the Form field enter the name of the Smart Form you want to create.

    3. Choose Utilities  Migrate SAPscript form.

    The dialog window Migrate SAPscript Form appears.

    4. Enter the name and the language of the source form (SAPscript).

    5. Choose Enter.

    This takes you to the change mode of the SAP Form Builder.

    If the selected SAPscript form does not exist in the selected language, a dialog window appears on which you can select one of the existing languages.

    6. Now change the design of the form and of the form logic. To activate the Smart Form choose Activate.

    reward if useful.

    regards,

    kartik

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