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Production order printing

Hi,

I notified that when a Prod.Order is printed and if we delete some materials to add new ones, deleted materials will still be printed with the new materials.

Does anybody had this issue already.

Would be interested to know how to avoid this , thanks.

Steph

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 09:57 AM

    In OPK8 identify the print program which you're using & inform your abaper / form developer to modify the program to do a check to exclude deleted components from being printed. If i recollect the field is LOEKZ.

    Hope it clarifies.

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 10:11 AM

    Hi ,

    Apart from doing the above solution which seems to be coorect one, Please also make sure that 'SAP Script Form' is properly/correctly assigned to respective order types

    and the same is assigned to particular print program(report names).

    And last but not the least 'Printer specifications' are duly set for your desired/required plant.

    Please revert if required.

    Regards

    Chandra

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