In the subroutines of the form class library exception situations may occur (for example, unexpected data inconsistencies), where the printing of a form must be subject to a controlled termination. Controlled means that before leaving the print module, the open form process is closed so that the next document can be printed in the mass run.
To terminate the print transaction, use only one of the two macros. All other message activities could disrupt the global print process.
If you want to terminate the print transaction of an (application) form, call one of the following macros:
In MAC_PRINT_CANCEL the error parameters are transferred in the macro parameters 1 to 7:
¡ &1 – Message type (for example, E )
¡ &2 – Message number (for example, 100)
¡ &3 – Message class (for example, EZ)
¡ &4 to &7 – Message parameters 1 to 4
If a module called has triggered an exception in a subroutine with the macro MAC_MSG_PUTX, you can forward the corresponding message with the macro MAC_PRINT_CANCEL_REPEAT. The only parameter you have to specify here is the message type.
Terminations within GET or FILL subroutines end with the printing of the current form, but do not delete the texts printed in the form up to this point in the spool. Therefore, checks, such as for data consistency, should always be completed before a text is issued.
CALL FUNCTION ..’ABCDE’
NOT_FOUND = 1
OTHERS = 2.
IF SY-SUBRC NE 0.
‘E’ SY-MSGNO SY-MSGID SY-MSGID SY-MSGV1 SY-MSGV2 SY-MSGV3 SY-MSGV4.