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Print Confirmation Slip

Hi All,

I want to print confirmation slip only. I have done necessary setting in OPK8. But when i am giving print command i am getting object list, op. control ticket, job ticket operation splitting, pick list etc. But my requirement is like after confirmation using CO11N i should be able to print confirmation slip.

Please let me know where i am missing something.


Alok Tiwari

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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2012 at 07:10 AM


    Check Contorl key for printing time tickets. check F1 help:

    Indicator: Print confirmation for operation

    This indicator specifies that confirmation slips are printed for the following objects if specified in the control key you selected:

      Operations in PP-PI cannot be confirmed. The system ignores this indicator for them.


    This setting is only taken into account if, in Customizing for print control (section List control for transaction),

    • printing of confirmation slips is permitted for the corresponding order type, plant and MRP controller (QM, PS, PP and PP-PI) or for order type, planning plant and planner group (PM)
    • control key check when confirmation slips are printed is active

    To print confirmation slips, you must also

    • set the Print indicator in the control key
    • set a number greater than "0" for confirmation slips to be printed in the order (see General Data for the respective operation, sub-operation, phase or secondary resource).


    In PP and PP-PI, you can specify in the production control profile that shop floor papers are automatically printed when the order is released.

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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2012 at 07:10 AM

    In control key tick the print confirmation and assign into the routing and check the result

    I am not tried yet, but i feel it will works, check in Ides

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