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Print packing slip through code

The following job demonstrates, how you can print an existing Sales packing slip through code. The example sends the report to screen.

static void printSalesPackingSlipThroughCode(Args _args)
{
    SalesPackingSlipJournalPrint salesPackingSlipJournalPrint;
    Set set = new Set(Types::Record);
    SRSPrintDestinationSettings srsPrintDestinationSettings;

    // Add record
    set.add(CustPackingSlipJour::findRecId(5637161120));

    // Set printer settings
    srsPrintDestinationSettings = new SRSPrintDestinationSettings();
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.fileFormat(SRSReportFileFormat::Screen);

    // Initalize
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint = SalesPackingSlipJournalPrint::construct();
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmPrintFormletter(NoYes::Yes);
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmUsePrintManagement(false);
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmPrinterSettingsFormLetter(srsPrintDestinationSettings.pack());

    // Print
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.printJournal(set);
}

Changing the parameter of the instance of SRSPrintDestinationSettings allows you to send the sales packing slip to printer, file or mail. The next example creates a PDF-file.

static void printSalesPackingSlipThroughCode(Args _args)
{
    SalesPackingSlipJournalPrint salesPackingSlipJournalPrint;
    Set set = new Set(Types::Record);
    SRSPrintDestinationSettings srsPrintDestinationSettings;

    // Add record
    set.add(CustPackingSlipJour::findRecId(5637161120));

    // Set printer settings
    srsPrintDestinationSettings = new SRSPrintDestinationSettings();
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.fileFormat(SRSReportFileFormat::PDF);
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.fileName(@'c:	emppackingslip.pdf');
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.printMediumType(SRSPrintMediumType::File);
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.numberOfCopies(1);
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.overwriteFile(true);

    // Initalize
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint = SalesPackingSlipJournalPrint::construct();
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmPrintFormletter(NoYes::Yes);
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmUsePrintManagement(false);
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.parmPrinterSettingsFormLetter(srsPrintDestinationSettings.pack());

    // Print
    salesPackingSlipJournalPrint.printJournal(set);
}

If you want to print multiple sales confirmations at once, you have to add the corresponding CustPackingSlipJour-records to the set called "set:

    ...    
    // Add record
    set.add(CustPackingSlipJour::findRecId(5637155842));
    set.add(CustPackingSlipJour::findRecId(5637145354));
    ...

To additionally save the sales packing slip to print archive, you can add the following line:

    ...    
    srsPrintDestinationSettings.parmPrintToArchive(true);
    ...
These post applies to following version:
Dynamics AX 2012

roger 07/08/2021 17:40 | #1

Thanks for de DEMO. When I save packingslip to a file, it generates two files. the desired one and same file into temp folder. Do you know why?

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