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how to assign output type and trigger printing in ABAP

hi all,

i have create invoice by using BAPI_BILLINGDOC_CREATEMULTIPLE and create header/item text with CREATE_TEXT.

please advise how to assign the output type and trigger immediate printing after this.

thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2009 at 09:21 AM

    Hi Reetha ,

    This is a functional setting , and should be done by some functional guy. The setting can be done by NACE.

    Just follow the path : NACE - > Select V3 for Billing - > Press Output type Button Just above - > Assign Output Type and

    then Assign Output program and form in PROCESSING ROUTINE comes into left. Set this output type for immediate print.

    Whenever You create a billing document by BAPI with this document type , the print out will be fired immediately.

    Hope it will solve your problem.

    Thanks.

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    • Hello, the document you've referred to [Output Type|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ABAP/ProcessOutputtypesthroughprogram] has been extremely helpful.

      However I still need to figure out how to create a message (text + recipient) and link it to the output type (through customizing is okay but I need to do this programmatically because email address and text vary from order to order)...record creation in NAST is okay but the message creation (text + recipient) is still missing.

      This sounds very much like the requirement you had. How did you manage to implement it?

      Cheers

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