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Printing in WAD Template


I have used the SAP's how to Document "How to Enhance Web Printing"

In the "DISPLAY" on the screen I have an option to create separate blocks

Eg 1 For Filter,

Eg 2 For Variables

Eg 3 for Text Elements like AUTHOR,REPTXTLG

My problem is when I give a print command - the textelements and variables block are merged together and makes it more difficult to understand. I want it to look the same as in the "DISAPLAY" onthe screen i.e. separate block for each of them

I have looked at the Z_PRINT_HELP_SERVICE code to see if there is a way I can sepearte common text elements and variables and I am not able to do it.

Is there a way I can debug this code ? I have tried RSRT2- used the default template as my custom template and output format to HTML, when I get the page and if I do CMC and select the Print option, it popups with a browser window and the errors as "Page cannot be displayed"



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    Posted on Jul 27, 2004 at 06:59 AM


    you can always debug, if you set an HTTP breakpoint.

    In the ABAP Editor choose Utilities -> Settings

    Tabstrip ABAP Editor ->Debugging

    Set External debugging to active.

    Now each time you set a breakpoint you will be asked, whether you want to set a session breakpoĆ­nt or HTTP breakpoint. Set a HTTP breakpoint. Close all browser sessions. Start your web app in a new browser again, and you should be able to debug.


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