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Correct order to put out different kind of data in one SAPscript window

Hello all,

I want to put out into one window of a SAPscript form a text-element /E TEXTELEMENT first and then an address with /: ADDRESS u2026 /: ENDADDRESS.

How is the correct order in the formular and in the print program respectively?

In the form first the /: ADDRESS u2026 /: ENDADDRESS part and after that the /E TEXTELEMENT?

And in the print program first the WRITE_FORM call for the text-element and afterwards the PRINT_INTO_ADDRESS?

I changed it so many times that I am now a little bit confused!

In my case there is no output of the address although there are address data.

Thanks a lot for your effort to help me!

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  • Feb 10, 2010 at 07:59 AM

    Anybody an idea?

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    • Because I am not experienced on output with /:ADDRESS let me ask about the right handling.

      Is it right to do the following steps:

      1. I put an /E textelement (e.g. /E MY_ADDRESS) into the SAPscript form.

      2. Under the textelement the /:ADDRESS-command follows.

      3. In the printing program first I call the WRITE_FORM function regarding to the textelement (in this case MY_ADDRESS).

      4. After that I have to call the function module ADDRESS_INTO_PRINTFORM.

      Please, would anybody confirm that? Is it possible to leave a step or is this the way to work with the /:ADDRESS-command?

      Thank you!