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Call screen from ME2*N messages

Hello guys,

The situation is a little bit difficult.

I´ve been asked to create a smarform in order to print po. I developed the SM correctly. The requierement specified that two kind of messages shoul be printed, for instance Z1 and Z2. Message Z1 is the common one, to be printed in the selected printer, message Z2 should create an otf output from the SM and then attach and send it by email.

Both Z1 and Z2 worked as expected, until the User asked me to create a preview of the Z2 and add a button (Send mail) in the upper left corner.

I did think that it was very easy to do it, just create a custom container in a dynpro and add the otf, so i did it, but when I call the screen on my print control program i got a dump DYNRPO_NOT_FOUND.

So my question is: how to call my own screen (dynpro) from the print control program customized in tcode NACE?


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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2013 at 08:30 PM


    if I understand you correctly when you process the output msg Z2 then you need to call a screen from your print program which is configured in NACE.

    my question is how are you processing it....i mean process immediately ?

    is it going into update task ? if yes then a call screen may give you an update termination as well..

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