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Certain Material Document cannot enter Spool

Hi everyone,

I am facing problem with printing. There are several material documents that cannot enter spool when I printed that. The problem is only certain material documents that cannot go into spool, in my case material document for GI SCRAP. Other material documents run well. Is there any relation between material document type and printing settings? Does anybody have solution or advice for this problem?

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 03:12 AM


    Check the following link it will certainly help you

    GR document not printing in MB90

    Or simply :

    1.Go to OMB5 maintain entry against movement type 551.

    2.Go to OMJ3 Assign the printer to WA01/WA03 output type with combination of Plant + Storage location

    3. Go to OLMB-> Output determination ->Assign forms and programs here assign against (WA01/WA03)

    4.Maintain the condition record in MN21 or NACE for individual slips or collective slips(WA01/WA03 )

    After doing the these steps you need to select the print button when you are doing MB1A or MIGO_GI and select the slip types like individual or collective(WA01/WA03 )

    And you can take print out in MB90

    Edited by: redriver on Dec 10, 2011 4:33 AM

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