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Standard Symbols

Uses:

  We can use the standard symbols as labels for script or smart forms.

Advantage:

  If we are using script means one label need to be displayed in many languages to achieve this we are using Standard Texts(SO10).

   For example there is two sales order forms for printing sale order text we will create two SO10 texts.

   But if we create this standard symbols it will available for all scripts and smart forms.

   Like SO10 text we can create this single variables in multiple languages.

Creation:

1.Go to SE75 transaction-> Select Standard Symbols Radio Buttons and press change Button.

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2.Then create one standard text symbols are follows,

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3.For multiple language creation are has follows,

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Now we can use this has variables in Script,

Syntax:

&SALES_LABEL&

In scripts go to corresponding window where we need to insert ,Go to Insert->Symbols->Standard Symbols this variable will be inserted.

Hope it is useful.

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      Author's profile photo Naimesh Patel
      Naimesh Patel

      Hello Ravi - Correct Tcode is SE75, not SE71.

      Also, you should always created Custom Symbols in the customer namespace (Y, Z or /xyz/).

      Thanks,
      Naimesh Patel

      Author's profile photo Miguel Alvear
      Miguel Alvear

      Hello.

      You can also do it using SE71 menu. Follow this steps:

      SE71 -> Enviornment -> Administration -> Settings ...then you arrive to SE75.

      Regards

      Miguel

      Author's profile photo Naimesh Patel
      Naimesh Patel

      Hello Miguel,

      Correct. But with respect to the text in the document,

      1.Go to SE71 transaction-> Select Standard Symbols Radio Buttons and press change Button.

      it should be referenced to either SE75 or the path as you have mentioned when using SE71

      Miguel Alvear wrote:

      SE71 -> Enviornment -> Administration -> Settings ...then you arrive to SE75.

      Thanks,
      Naimesh Patel

      Author's profile photo Miguel Alvear
      Miguel Alvear

      yeap, he needs to edit that part. 😉

      Regards

      Miguel

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Miguel Alvear , Naimesh Patel

        Sorry while typing I did mistake,Thanks for updating me regarding this point.

      Regards,

      Ravi Shankar L