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Printing address 'International versions'

Hi experts,

In XD02 (Change Customer) there is a possibility to create e.g. some cyrillic address info for language RU and UA (International versions).

These data are saved in table ADRC and have a value 'R' (Cyrillic) in the field ADRC-NATION.

From the script the standard statement ADDRESS... ENDADDRESS print these data (via FM ADDRESS_INTO_PRINTFORM).

ADDRESS PARAGRAPH AT

ADDRESSNUMBER &VBDKA-ADRNR(K)&

TITLE &VBDKA-ANRED&

...

...

FROMCOUNTRY &VBDKA-SLAND&

ENDADDRESS

How is it possible to add a parameter in the script for printing these Cyrillic data and still use FM as standard ?

Br

Kiehn

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 08:21 PM

    Read the pdf attached to note 316331. It explains International Address Handling. There's a user exit for ADDRESS_INTO_PRINTFORM that allows the ADDRESS..ENDADDRESS to handle international addresses.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:51 PM

    use this import parameter of FM

    IV_NATION .

    give it value R

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