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naming modules

hi,

what is the difference between naming the include in module pool as include ztestOzz(PBO) or ztestIzz(PAI) and naming

it as ztest and putting the PBO and PAI modules for a particular screen in this include.

does SAP recognise O and I. i dont see that when i double click and it syas do u want to create a new include.

It does not say do u want to create a PAI include or the other way..

thanks

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  • Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 02:54 PM

    The difference is that when you following the naming convention for PBO and PAI, and creating modules for OUTPUT and INPUT, the system will recoginize the PBO and PAI includes in your program, and highlight them when asking where you want the modules to be stored. If you don't follow this, then you would just have to click the one you want, in this case ZTEST.

    Make sense?

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 02:54 PM

    Hi karunya,

    its up to you if you want to but both modules in the same include or in different includes. Its just a matter of how you organize your source

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2005 at 02:56 PM

    It is the satndard naming convention recommended and followed in SAP programs . Its just a kind of identification of PBO & PAI modules . However in custom programs you can violate this and put all modules in one include as this is just a recommendation . It is a good practice and also is good for future maintenance that you create separate includes for PAI & PBO.

    Cheers.

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