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Text in line item not written printed

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While executing transection ME23N (Po order in line item type tab) we maintain text which is to be printed on print output or script output, But in my case this text is not written printed. Please help me.

Thanks in advance

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Arun pathak

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 04:38 AM

    Hi Aryan ,

    I have faced the similar problem , with the reference to the same ,

    I may suggest you to check :-

    1) at the script level please check the standard text whether any no blank

    line check box has been ticked in any paragarh formate which has been used in the standard text.

    if yes then mark it uncheck . you can also search for sap note provided by SAP for the same.in ECC6.0.

    2) at print programm level check for the FM use .

    try using FM CALL FUNCTION 'READ_TEXT'

    Hope this will solve your problem

    thanks

    Prashant

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2009 at 06:28 AM

    Hi arya,

    From your case ,which method have you used to print,by using function module or include text element.if you are using function module means,you can refer this link,

    Link: [me22n-purchase-order-table]

    if not ,you are using include text element means ,check your Text Name,Text Object,Text ID,Language and tickmark the checkbox,Enter the value in Std paragraph parameter.

    Everything as perfect what have you maintained,then you have to check the output options declaration(Line & Column),if you maintained in template.

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