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OUTPUT TYPE NOT GETTING PROCESSED

Hi All,

i am having a output type ZKRM

when i create a sales order , it checks whether the customer is within the credit limit or not.

if not then it blocks my order and at the same time my output type ZKRM is trigerred.

ZKRM is used to send a external mail.

Here in my output type is getting triggerred but not getting processed.

here what i observed is when i go to change sales order and extras->output-header

and change my timing that is from send immediatalely and send through sheduled job and save it then also it is not getting triggerred.

But when i execute the report RSNAST00 by giving the application V1 and output type ZKRM it is getting triggered.

Can you guys help me out?

Thanks a lot

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2009 at 08:00 AM

    FOR THIS OUTPUT TYPE ZKRM i had written a routine 952.

    And aslo written a code RVCOMFZZ.

    if com_vbpa-parvw = 'RG'.

    • *COM_KBV1 = COM_KBV1.

    IF COM_KBV1-CMGST EQ 'B' " AND *COM_KBV1-CMGST NE 'B' )

    OR COM_KBV1-CMGST EQ 'C'. " AND *COM_KBV1-CMGST NE 'C' ).

    • IF NOT COM_KBV1-CMNGV IS INITIAL.

    SELECT SINGLE * FROM KNB1 INTO V_KNB1 WHERE KUNNR = COM_VBPA-KUNNR

    AND BUKRS = COM_VBAK-BUKRS_VF.

    com_kbv1-zzbusab = V_KNB1-BUSAB.

    • ENDIF.

    endif.

    ENDIF.

    in userexit_komkbv1_fill.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2009 at 08:01 AM

    Hi,

    Check wheher output type is configured correctly in t. code NACT.

    Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2011 at 02:12 PM

    resolved myself

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