To output documents using the programming interface, SAP application programs need so-called forms. In SAPscript a form describes the layout of the individual print pages and uses text elements to supply definable output blocks, which a print program can call. General application forms are orders, order acknowledgments, invoices, urging letters, and so on (Example).
To create, display, and change SAPscript forms, you use a special maintenance transaction (Form: Request). To call this transaction from the SAP menu, choose Tools → SAPscript → Form (or call transaction SE71 directly). For more detailed information on maintaining forms, see the documentation Style and Form Maintenance.
Usually a SAPscript form consists of the following objects: