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How to trouble shoot spool errors.

Hi All,

In sp01 when i select The error spool request and double click it shows the status as "incorrect"

Please let me now how to trouble shoot spool errors in general and this "incorrect" in particular.



Edited by: megha reddy on Jan 13, 2009 2:56 PM

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 03:00 PM


    When you get the status as 'Incorrect' then it means that there is problem in processing or no 'Missing output'.

    Plese check the below link for more details:



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      When you get the error,Find the type of printer to see if it uses frontend printing (using SAPLPD) or network printing.

      If it is front end printing, the possibility is that communication between SAPLPD which runs on the users PC and the printer is having problem. Try restarting SAPLPD. Even when the printer is out of paper you will get this error ( you never know).

      If it is a network printer, you have to check the host on which the printer is defined.

      Check the queue in the server. If you see a big queue then Check the communication from the spool host to the printer by using ping.

      See if these helps.

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