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Shipment output

Hi all,

I want a particular Shipment output type to be automatically determined in the Shipment document.I have maintained the condition record for this.Requirment is set at maintain output determination procedure.The requirment is also met.But system is not pulling the output type in the shipemnt document.

Apart from the above what I need to ensure for the output type to be automatically determined in the shipment document

Regards

Mano

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    Dear Mano,

    If, all seems ok in T. Code: VV71/ 72;

    Check/ Maintain relevant settings in T. Code: VP01SHP

    Best Regards,

    Amit

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      Hi Amit Yadav, to some extent my problem is also similar.

      what exactly is happening is when i save the Shipment document (VT01N) system is generating an automatic print out which i don't want to happen.

      Most importantly the out put is not selected in this shipment document and no condition record but inspite of this also the system is generatinga print.

      kindly help me in this issue

      Thanks and Regards

      Madhu

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    Hi,

    Go to V/82 -> select your output type for shipment -> click on Blue lens -> check if you have marked ' Access to conditions' fields in General data tab or not. Then check your access sequence assigned to your output condition if it is correctly maintained or not. Then check the condition records have been maintained correctly or not

    Hrishi

    > Just check on above reply of mine...

    Edited by: Hrishikesh Bhalwankar on Dec 8, 2008 7:02 PM

    Edited by: Hrishikesh Bhalwankar on Dec 9, 2008 5:41 PM

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