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Printing GR labels (WEE1) while confirming process order

Hi All,

I need help to configure GR label (WEE1) as default output type(message) while doing process order confirmation using CORK.

I am able to go to MB02 and change output message to 'WEE1', but I want system to default that.

I did following configuration.

a. Created condition records using MN21 for event 'WR', which is showing as event in material document

b. Configuration done for 'ME' (Inventory management) and for output type 'WEE1' by using NACE

c. Label form configuration done using OMCF

d. Plant and storage location configuration done using OMJ3/J4

I am getting correct output, if I manually change material document output type using 'MB03', but I am system should default material document output to 'WEE1' when they do process order confirmation. Can anyone help me to resolve this issue.

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  • Posted on Jun 25, 2012 at 02:45 PM

    Hello Alexander,

    Similar in MM & SD; they have an option to define an output type alongwith Condition records in tcode-NACE to have automatic output picked up in different movements. NACE applications for that are - ME- Inventory Management, EF - PO, V2- Shipping etc.

    Whereas in PP, we dont have that function yet provided by SAP in NACE. You need to go to Tcode-CB85 for the same and define your own output/list/layout.

    Do the needful & confirm.



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    • Hello Alex,

      As mentioned earlier, assign relevant Smartform/print progam for a combination of Reference Process Order Type/Plant/MRP Controller in 'Forms' tab and then; assign a Zebra Printer details in tab 'Printer specifications' in the CB85 for your order type/Plant/List combination.

      Hope this will help.



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