Script language problem

Hi friends,
We designed a script for purchase order for taiwans, and it is
displaying the incorrect Payment Terms when outputted (e.g. printed) using the ZEBT(own outtype) output type in language 'ZF'.  The Payment Terms text displayed in the ouputted form is not the correct text for the Payment Term on the Purchase Order.
and it is displaying correct when the outtype in language 'EN'.
can any suggest me on this, how it is happening.

HI friend..
I have faced the same problem very long ago..
Try to debug the script first in se71.
At the main window look for the field netwr....
Just do some checking there..
Otherwise i can think for u  some other solution...

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