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form routine problem

what is the exact use of the form routine assigned in nace?

eg:

o/p type script drv prog form routine formname

NEU (Purchase order) SAPFM06P ENTRY_NEU MEDRUCK

if i create any modifications in the form routine using itcsy then will i have to write all the code within this form routine?

eg:

perform <form routine name> in program zprog1.

using

changing

.

.

endperform.

i have searched sdn but cudnt find a suitable answer. pls explain with an example.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 05:28 PM

    Hi Sourajit,

    The routine configured in NACE will be picked up by the transaction for execution. the print program will consist this routine which will have the logic to get the related data and logic to call the Form.

    The other routine is different and this routine can be called from the Form to get additional data using itcsy structures. The Subriutine Pool and Program(type 1) will contain this routine.

    Let me know if you need further info.

    Regards

    Venkat B

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      The routine mentioned in the Nace will have the logic to Get the data required to ptint on the form and also it call the Form using the function modules lije Open_Form Start_form Write_form. If it is a smartform it calls the Smart form generated FM.

      Ex NACE--> ENTRY_NEU

      Driver Program in NACE is ZSAPFM06P

      This prgram contains the form ENTRY_NEU

      Form ENTRY_NEU.

      *get the data

      *Call the form

      Endform.

      I hope it is clear.

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