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Blocking of Multiple SAPScript print outputs

Dear All,

Is there a way where we can stop users from printing a SAPScript Output,if its already printed once...



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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2005 at 03:24 PM

    Hi Srini,

    in standard invoice print program (Report RVADIN01) following routine can be found:

    *       A text is printed, if it is a repeat print for the document.  *
    FORM check_repeat.
      CLEAR repeat.
      CLEAR anzal.
      SELECT * INTO *nast FROM nast WHERE kappl = nast-kappl
                                    AND   objky = nast-objky
                                    AND   kschl = nast-kschl
                                    AND   spras = nast-spras
                                    AND   parnr = nast-parnr
                                    AND   parvw = nast-parvw
                                    AND   nacha BETWEEN '1' AND '4'.
        IF *nast-vstat = '1'.
          anzal = anzal + *nast-anzal.
          repeat = 'X'.
    ENDFORM.                    "CHECK_REPEAT

    Variable <i>repeat</i> can be used to add an additional text like 'COPY' or to exit print program without printing second version.

    I guess, this select is not fool proofed - users still might find a way to print twice without your notice, but it's a start. You should have a look at <i>anzahl[/i), too - this variable steers the number of copies and should be set to 1 in your requirement.



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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 06:28 AM

    Yes it can be done,

    For a example in PM module table/field T392_V-TDCOPIES is used to store number of copies printer.

    Prabhu Rajesh.

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