A layout set is a template designed in SAP to place the stream of data coming from a SAP
program on different parts of a physical page. The designer needs to lay out the various
elements that need to be printed on the page and store it as an object in the SAP system. An
ABAP program will subsequently call this object to generate an instance of the template \u2013 thus
This shows the information about the layout set \u2013 details of the designer, details of
changes occurring to the design, development class of the layout set and the language
details for the layout set.
Here the various attributes and the base font applicable to the document can be defined. This font setting can be overridden at a lower level using the character strings.
Used to define the fonts, and the formatting and printing styles for each and every character that needs to be printed on the output document. The start of the character string is indicated by < string name> , while the end of the character string is indicated by < /> .
The designer needs to organize the template as a series of pages. When an actual output document is printed, it will refer to each page for putting the data coming from the ABAP program. The order of pages is also taken from the template i.e. the layout set defined.
Various parts of the output document can be conveniently organized on the pages using
windows. Thus the data stream coming from the ABAP program can be logically grouped into
various parts and can be placed on different locations on a page.
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