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Auropean format instead American format is being printed in some items


I have the following problem, the Schedule agreement in some of the items the format of the quantity and the date is showed as European format, that is incorrect because checking the data master, the Vendor partners OA and VN both are defined as languaje EN, the Schedule agreement language is EN, the output determination was found as EN.

But when the form is printed, some of the items shows European format example:

Item Material Text Target Price Total

00020 A1663200554 HIGH-PRESSURE LINE 50.000,00 140,00 EACH 7.000.000,00

Revision level 01

Valid from: 01.05.2010 to: 30.05.2010

Gross Price 266,00 USD 1 EA

Valid from: 31.05.2010 to: 31.12.2010

and some of the other items shows the American format, that is desired to show!!

00090 A1663201754 OIL PRESSURE LINE 50,000.00 168.00 EACH 8,400,000.00

Revision level 00

Valid from: 05/01/2010 to: 05/30/2010

Gross Price 294.00 USD 1 EA

Valid from: 05/31/2010 to: 12/31/2010

Gross Price 168.00 USD 1 EA

From where is taking that other Format?

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    Former Member
    Sep 10, 2010 at 06:02 AM

    I had a similar situation. For China, the PO were getting outputted in the format 1.500,00 while it was desired to be 1,500.00

    I realised that marking the T500X-XDEZP resolves the issue. But not sure if it breaks something else.

    Kind regards,


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    Former Member
    Aug 03, 2010 at 04:35 AM


    Check the notation that is defined in your user profile (SU01) or check whether SET COUNTRY command is used in any of your form windows.

    This may be the reason for the printing of different notations.



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    • That is being too strange.

      We have set the command "/: SET COUNTRY 'US' " and it does not works. The formats are being wrong!

      what else can be figure out? I also check the user defaults and he has the "American" format. Also his logon language is EN.