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SAPScript MICR issue - Print Check

prasoon_sahay
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Our MICR printer has been configured

I have to display "C" - On-us Symbol and "A" - Transit symbol

I am using the code

"C"&REGUD-CHECT&"C",,"A"&REGUH-UBNKL&"A",,&REGUH-UBKNT&"C"

But only starting "C" and "A" are interpreted...ending "C" and "A" are coming blank.

Can anyone help me.......

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sridhar_k1
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Remove Double quotes, try like this:

C&REGUD-CHECT&C,,A&REGUH-UBNKL&A,,&REGUH-UBKNT&C.

Regards

Sridhar

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sridhar_k1
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Remove Double quotes, try like this:

C&REGUD-CHECT&C,,A&REGUH-UBNKL&A,,&REGUH-UBKNT&C.

Regards

Sridhar

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Hi Prasoon,

You don't need to put quotes for any normal text that you want printed.

Use the below code -

C&REGUD-CHECT&C,,A&REGUH-UBNKL&A,,&REGUH-UBKNT&C

Hope this helps!

Regards,

Saurabh

prasoon_sahay
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Thanks for your help

I tried without double quote, Now MICR Printer is directly printing the character itself i.e. C and A. It is not interpreting the Character into Special MICR Character.

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MICR font does not contain characters C or A, If the printer printing C or A, it means MICR font not being used, Make sure MICR font selected for the pararagraph or character format you are using to print the line.

Regards

Sridhar

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Hi,

you need to use Double quotes to print the MICR .... Use the SPACE before and after ,,(TAB symbols)

"C"&REGUD-CHECT&"C" ,, "A"&REGUH-UBNKL&"A" ,, &REGUH-UBKNT&"C

See the SAP note : <b>504952</b>

Regards

Sudheer

prasoon_sahay
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This is also not working.......

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Are you using MICR_E font type for paragraph and character formats? If not, create the paragraph and character formats with font type MICR_E and size 10. And, use it for printing your MICR code line. Then, check with your basis team if correct device type has been specified for your printer. For this refer OSS note 94233. This should do the job!