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Printing a PO change from me22n for z-field change from subscreen

I have incorporated a subscreen in PO me22n.Now I want to automatically trigger PO printing for any change done to this ztable-zfield on subscreen!

I tried setting the customizing option where we can add our own print relevent field to trigger printing for PO.I added here my ztable-zfield .When I change this field via PO subscreen,it tries to trigger for ZNEU (my output) and fails with RED! stating no print relevant changes made to PO!

I also tried triggering for a EKPO-Zfield by first setting the customizing and then triggering printing for a changed field...

ANY LIGHT on this OR ANY KNOWN OSS HELP appreciated!Regards,Shankar

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2004 at 08:34 PM

    Hi Shankar,

    I have few questions/suggestions :

    1. Why do you want to tigger printing based upon Zfield on subscreen and not use standard ME9F transaction for PO printing.

    2. In your message control make sure it is configured correctly all the way down till message type and output medium is set as '1'. Mostly its the reason for these kind of problems.

    3. Check if its inserting a record in NAST table for your run.

    Let me know what you find.


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      Hi Jeet,yes Xbest is set...and what I dont understand is this is not triggering for a EKPO-ZZfield....onething is...the change history does not record any changes to Zfields...(CDPOS table) is that something that is also relevent and that is why this is not happening?

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