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chq printing not working properly

Dear Friends

We are having a issue.

Chq printing is working fine in Development server, but we are having issue in production server.

Amount in words is having issue.

For example,

Ninety it is printing like N inety, a gap is coming between letters

But this issue was not happening in Development server.

The only difference between Development server and Production server is Development server runs on Windows and Production server runs on AIX.

Any idea ??

Regards

Madhan D

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    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 05:55 AM

    Check the view V_T015Z for Unit '9', the number in words could be mis-spelt... just update the maintenance view and transport it to QA.

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      My encounter was almost similar, and it happen in QA only, where DEV and PRD are ok. So I just update and transport the view to QA so that the UAT can proceed. As to why only QA, I have no idea.

      Thus, its better that you checked and compare the table view between the clients before we try to make further analysis. Anyway, fyi, check printing program uses FM SPELL_AMOUNT to spell number.

  • Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 06:04 AM

    Hi,

    Are u using same printer for Dev and Pod ?

    I have some across such issues where printer makes a big differance.

    if u have issue in data only u can debug in PROD and find why it is coming wrong.

    so basically u have to find out first if data is the problem or printing.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

    Bikas

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