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ME9F printing wrong sales person when giving multiple POs for printing

Former Member
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Hi All,

This is related to incorrect printing of the sales person when 2 or more POs are printed one after the other.

Details -

The scenario is as follows, there are 2 POs let's say PO1 and PO2. Both have sales person maintained as PO1_SP and PO2_SP.


For PO1 the communication language is DE and for the second PO, the communication language is EN.

Now when these POs are printed from ME9F together, the for the PO1 the print output gives correct sales person PO1_SP maintained at the header level of PO1. But the second PO2 instead of printing the PO2_SP, is printing PO1_SP.

If the communication language for PO1 is EN and for second PO2 is DE then issue doesn't happen, the error only appears when the first printed PO has language DE

Please provide your inputs - Is it some custom code issue or a customization issue.

Your response is awaited.

Thanks,

Jasmine

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Former Member
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Hi All,

Thank you for the valuable inputs. I was able to find the cause.

There was one perform called from the remote program, for getting the sales person in the Zscript.

This perform was getting called in the DE version of the script and but was missing in the EN version.

Issue resolved.

Answers (2)

Answers (2)

jaheer_hussain
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Please ask your abaper to debug the program and do analysis.

tomasz_domanski
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Hi,

Yes, debug should help - I guess some variable might not be cleared so it keeps value from previous output instance.

BR,

Tomek

former_member233510
Active Contributor
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Call transcation NACE ---> Select application EF and click output types ---> Select the corresponding type from the list and click processing routines ---> here you've to check the print program

Standard print program : SAPFM06P

If you find print program other than the standard, then please consult with your technical team.