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how to delete object key


I wanted to edit an enhancement point and falsely clicked on 'edit' instead of 'extend'. Unfortunately I created and entered the object key as well.

Now I always edit the whole ABAP code instead of the enhancement point only.

I already deleted the entries at SMP and searched through table ADIRACCESS. I was quite sure to have found the object key and deleted the entry, but regardless of a complete restart of SAPGUI etc. the object key seems to be active further on.

Do I have to update the ADIRACCESS changes anywhere or what do I have to do?

Btw. another developer does not have this issue, he's still prompted for an object key if he would try to edit the code.

Are the object keys belong to the developer?

Maybe I deleted the wrong entries in ADIRACCESS, but how can I determine which are the correct ones?


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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 01:48 PM

    Hi Knud

    Developers need access key to extend and do enhancments

    And each object has a key whıch developers can use it

    Once you enter that it will think you are a valid devleoper to do so

    And these keys are maintaned in sap service marketplace

    as fas as ı know each objects key is registered there

    I think the thing you should do is

    Delete the entry from table DEVACCESS.

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    • Former Member Thomas Zloch

      Hi Thomas,

      unfortunately I don't remember the exact values, but I asked by collegue to try it, because he still gets the prompt for the object key I don't get anymore.

      (R3TR ENHS ES_SAPFV45K and


      That and the SAP tutorial let me believe that the developer key (SCCR) is used to create the object key developer dependant.

      Otherwise I already found and deleted the correct entries in ADIRACCESS but my computer still knows the key (maybe it's cached somewhere), but a complete restart of sapgui including sap logon pad did not solve it.

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