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Specifying output for transactions

i want to know specify the printer for some transaction mb1b..mb1a...me28

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2009 at 04:24 AM

    Hi Delly ,

    It is only possible based on output type .

    Transaction : MN21

    Regards

    Ramesh Ch

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    Posted on Jun 22, 2009 at 06:00 AM

    Maintain the Printer Name in SPRO->Malt Mgmt->Inv Mgmt and Phy Inv->Print Control->Gen Settings->Printer Setting

    In SPRO->Matl Mgmt->Inv Mgmt and Phy Inv->Output Determination->Maintain Output Types, for the Output types WE01, WE02 and WE03, ensure the foll:

    a. Default Values: Dispatch Time is 3 or 4 as per reqmt. and Tr medium is 1

    b. Print Parameter is 7

    In SPRO->Matl Mgmt->Inv Mgmt and Phy Inv->Output Determination->Printer Det->Pr Det by Pl/StoLoc, maintain the Output device for all your Plants

    Go to MN21, for Tr Type WE, Print Version 3, maintain Print Item as 1.

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2009 at 04:09 AM

    Hi,

    Printer can not be determined with reference to T.Codes.

    Printer will be determined only based on the following three parameters:

    (1) Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location

    (2) Printer Determination by Plant/Storage Location/User Group

    (3) Printer Determination by Output Type/User

    Setting for identification of Printer will be maintained at Print Tab in the Output Type.

    Thanks

    Sunil.

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