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Check Printout in F-58

Q1. I am working on check print out. I want call the sapscript based on the house bank. The format of the check will differ. (T.code F-58). Is it possible? If it is possible means how will u do it? Please help me.

Q2. How will u call the perform statement in the sapscript. I have amount field name REGUH-RWBTR. I need amount in words.

Q3. I want to make * before and after in the amount field REGUH-RWBTR. How will u do it?

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:06 AM

    1. use form F110_prenum_chck copy it into Z form and do the modifications

    and assign it in OB96 transaction.

    2. for amount in words you have tons of posts in SCN with function module

    SPELL_AMOUNT.

    3. use concatenate statement.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 05:50 AM

    Hi,

    Regaqrding Pount no 3 the simplest would be:

    If your variable in SAP script for amount is say &AMOUNT& then just use &AMOUNT(F)& which will automatically fill the leading spaces with '' as desired by you.

    Regards

    Raju Chitale

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