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Save Invoice copy in Hard Disk in PDF format

Dear friends,

Here is the requirement to save a copy of billing document in hard disk in pdf format at the time of creation of billing document.

Kindly suggest.

Regards,

Praveen Lobo

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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2008 at 02:54 PM

    if the form is Script or smartform what ever may be. After the display it gets you the OTF data, Use the OTF data convert to PDF format using the Function CONVERT_OTF .once you have the pdf data save it to local disk using the GUI_DOWNLOAD function.

    How ever when you run the BDC in Background or some Background job then in that case it will fail to create a file on presentation server.

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      Hello,

      Thanks for the suggestion. Now i am able to download copy of invoice in PDF format on presentation server (GUI_DOWNLOAD). But i want to download it on application server directly instead of specifying path from presentation.

      Is dataset only the way ? if dataset how can i download pdf document on application ?

      Regards,

      Praveen Lobo

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 05:23 AM

    Hi,

    Can u try using the Funtion Module SO_DOCUMENT_REPOSITORY_MANAGER with the method as EXPORTTOPC . For the PDF format I think u need to do some RnD.

    Thanks

    Papiya

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