Sap Smart Forms

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SAP Smartforms can be used for creating and maintaining forms for mass printing in SAP Systems. The output medium for Smartforms support printer, fax, e-mail, or the Internet (by using the generated XML output).
According to SAP, you need neither have any programming knowledge nor use a Script language to adapt standard forms. However, basic ABAP programming skills are required only in special cases (for example, to call a function module you created or for complex and extensive conditions).

SAP Smart Form Process Overview
The basic structure of SAP Smart Forms consists of the Smart Form Builder, the Smart Form print form template (which you create or is given to you as a preconfigured starting point), the Smart Form function module, and the Smart Form print program (also described as a driver program).
The Smart Form print programs are not the same as SAPScript programs, and you cannot use a SAPScript print program with a Smart Form print form.
Programming Flow
When an SAP Smart Form template is created, a user creates the form layout, defines the required fields, conditions, and special programming instructions in the Smart Form template using the Smart Form Builder.
After the form design is complete, the form needs to be activated before it can be tested or accessible by print programs. Activating the form initiates the generation of a function module that handles all of the form’s processing.
This function module interacts with the application program and print program to create the output in the user-defined output media for the specified device.

5 Steps to create a simple SMARTFORMS

Read the abap program in step 5 first to see how the data is begin pass to the internal table.
1. Create a new smartforms
2. Define looping process for internal table
3. Define table in smartforms
4. To display the data in the form
5. Calling…...

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