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Confirmation of Benefits letter as SMARTFORM

Former Member
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Hi All,

I have created a smartform for the confirmation of benefits form letter and would like to use this instead of the standard SAPScript(TCODE = HRBEN0015). Is there a way to redirect it to the smartform?

Please advise.

Kind Regards,

Daniel A. La Mendola

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sreeramkumar_madisetty
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Hi

The link beteween the print program and the form will place at NACE Transaction Level.

So advised to go to the Transaction : NACE and change the Smart Form name instead of old script name.

Regards,

Sreeram

Former Member
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Hi Sreeram,

thank you for your advise, as I executed this transaction and I do not see anything in regards to the HR module.

Please advise.

Kind Regards,

Daniel

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Config of benefit forms is in V_T74HL. It looks as if it could only handle SAPSCRIPT, Adobe (pdf), or office products. Therefore, I am not sure if you could use smartform for this using HRBEN0015.

Former Member
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Hi Daniel,

Use Transaction code HRBEN0041 and you will be able to configure SMARTFORM for Benefits Confirmation Statement.

Regards,

David

Former Member
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Hi Dave,

Thanks, but all it does is set my benefit area. Should it do something else? I entered the transaction code from the main menu, should I be in the IMG?

Please advise.

Thanks

Daniel

Former Member
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Daniel,

Yes, you can go to IMG -> Personnel Management ->Benefits -> Flexible Administration -> Form Set up ->Assign Templates to Form Types. There you`ll find place for Adobe form as above mentioned by Ted.

Here is the link for Adobe form configuration: https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ABAP/SAPInteractiveForms-PDF-BasedPrintForms#SAPInteractiveForms-PDF-BasedPrintForms-Whatarethestepstogenerateaform%3F

Regards,

David

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not to be stupid, but smartform and Adobe forms are two different animals, aren't they?