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SE95: Why BADIs shows up


In tcode why BADIs shows up..though the tcode displays only SAP standard modified objects.


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    Posted on Dec 26, 2013 at 09:44 AM

    Hi Tanmay

    Because there are BADI's which can be only implemented internally by SAP and what if you changed any one of those implementation or BADI definition(not recommended) , then they become part of modification.

    I hope its clear now


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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2013 at 01:40 PM

    Hi Tanmay,

    SE95 provides an overview of all enhancements are modifications that are found in your system. Check Sap Help documentation for Modification browser.

    BADIs are enhancements to the standard version to implement specific customer requirements.

    SAP guarantees the upwards compatibility of all BADI interfaces, ie, they will remain valid in future releases. Hence they also form a part of SAP Standard modified objects.

    For this very reason, you have BADIs also included in SE95.

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