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Probelm in printing of net price in PO print


In ME9F, we are facing problem of amount printing in case of non INR cureency the actual PO value is AS BELOW

Net price : 80.0000 USD Per 1 NO

Total value : 2,880.0000 USD

but while printing system si shoing as below

Net price : 80,0000 USD Per 1 NO

Total value : 2.880.0000 USD

, is coming as . also the problem is not for all the Po in some Po we are facing this problem , I have check thread on the same issue some has given sugg. to chnage the Decimal Notation setting in user own data, i try with all three options X, Y and blank, but still the problem is same.

While debuggin i have check that the items are pass from table EKPO, same table is use in program the value before the write form call in the program is OK with proper '. place but while coming in sap script it is shoing as , insted of .



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  • Posted on Jun 12, 2012 at 12:24 PM

    Hi Zafar,

    Please let me know whether your Purchase Order which you are trying to print are for material or service ?

    Happy to Help


    Murtuza Sadriwala

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    • Hi,

      1st check what you are using for PO print( with PO output type with apllcaiation EF in NACE t.code.) FORM or PDF/SmartForm ?

      If SmartForm, then in t.code: SMARTFORMS Or check in t.code:SE71 / SE73 the SapScript.

      Better consult with ABAPer in details inclusion or correction of your needed OUTPUT FORMAT "Total value" {2,880.0000 USD } in FORM or PDF/SmartForm


      Biju K

  • Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 03:28 AM

    Hi Zafar,

    Even it is picking from table check is there any calculations going in sap script.Still if there is any issues in that develop a custom one attach it if possible.



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