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How to print a standard text of 3 pages in the script output?

Hi all,

I want to print a standard text as an include in the script output.

But the standrad text is of 3 pages conataining continuous (some terms and condtitions) text.

But while executing driver program, I am getting a STOP messgae pop-up saying 'Output is continuous or contains too many pages (>4)'.

How to get the standard text of 3 pages in the output. The standard text is to be printed at the bottom of the output.

Thanks,

Sachin

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2009 at 10:44 AM

    Hi,

    Please check whether you have defined a text element where you have included the standard text.

    In open_form give the form name in caps.

    In write_form give the text elt name in caps.

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2009 at 09:16 AM

    Hi ,

    To display standard texts you have to create a include in your script below is the syntax for that:

    INCLUDE name OBJECT name ID name PARAGRAPH name LANGUAGE name

    Include command is used to include standard text in a form.the text

    should be already defined by using transaction SO10.

    Here name is the name of text

    ID is used to classify text e.g. SDVD (SD related text) , ST (Standard text)

    OBJECT is used to specify type of object it an be TEXT , DOKU

    LANGUAGE is used to specify language like EN ,if ommited than logon

    language is used

    PARAGRAPH is used to specify the paragraph like C

    e.g. /:INCLUDE mytext OBJECT TEXT ID ST LANGUAGE EN

    Here the standard text created in SO10 with name mytext is

    included in the form in language EN (English)

    Please let me know if you have still any confusion.

    Thanks

    Narendra Vikram Vishwakarma

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