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the value comes from where?

Former Member
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CASE &SAPSCRIPT-DRIVER&

WHEN 'HPL2'.

INCLUDE ADRS_HEADER_LOGO_HPL2 OBJECT TEXT ID ADRS LANGUAGE E

WHEN 'POST'.

INCLUDE ADRS_HEADER_LOGO_POST OBJECT TEXT ID ADRS LANGUAGE E

WHEN 'PRES'.

INCLUDE ADRS_HEADER_LOGO_PRES OBJECT TEXT ID ADRS LANGUAGE E

ENDCASE.

In this sapscript segment where the value of the &SAPSCRIPT-DRIVER& comes from?

From calling abap program or from where and how?

How can I load logo into sapscripts?

Thanks.

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Former Member
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<b>&SAPSCRIPT-DRIVER&</b> -

SAPscript prepares a text for a certain output device. The processing is first independent of the specific language of this equipment. Drivers called subsequently, convert the device-independent format into the device-specific control commands. The name of the respective driver you can infer from this field.

This value is populated by program internally generated by SAP.

Regards,

Pavan

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hi

Hi

bmp and tiff are just two types of image formats. SAP Scripts support both of them. Resolution of tiff format is small but size is compact. BMP is heavy format.

check with the following link

http://www.sapmaterial.com/sap_script_made_easy.html

You have to follow following steps..

1) Go to se78 select Form graphics-> Stored on document server -> graphics -> bmap

2) Navigate to Menu::: Graphic -> Upload ( Or press F5)

3)Enter the path of the graphic u want to upload ( in bmp form)

4) Then go to se 71, create a form

5) create windows as applicable to u.

6) select any window and click edit then text elements

7) then navigate to menu insert-> graphic and specify the graphic you want to

upload.

Hope this helps

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regards

regards

ravish

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former_member196280
Active Contributor
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<b>SAPSCRIPT</b> are GENERAL SAPScripts fields.

Now coming to SAPSCRIPT-DRIVER

In SAPScript formats a text for a specific output device. The initial formatting is independent of the specific language of this device.

This field contains the name of the driver.

POST : Postscript driver

HPL2: HP laserjet driver for PCL4/PCL5 language

PRES: Driver for output devices using PRESCRIBE language.

Regards,

SaiRam