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SET & GET Parameter id Problem?

The tcode I am using is Fb03.

I did a change in MF05LFB0,

set parameter id 'BUKRS' field rf05l-bukrs.

I can see rf05l-bukrs value in debugging at this point.

When I go to FB03-->attachemnt list --> change.

I have done a change in SAP class CL_GOS_ATTACHMENT_LIST in method IF_SREL_CTXMENU~EXECUTE_COMMAND.

The change is as to get the set value.

Get parameter ID 'BUKRS' field lv_bukrs.

I go in debugging till this statement but SAP doesn't get the value here.

What could be the cause of this?

Thanks & Regards,

YJR

Message was edited by: Joseph Reddy Yeruva

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 02:53 PM

    Hi,

    I think it's better to use ABAP memory instead of SAP memory in those cases:

    Try to do use

    export ...to memory id

    import .... from memory id

    From F1 "help" on SET PARAMETER statement:

    **********************************************

    Notes:

    Do not use SAP memory as a temporary storage area, since parallel sessions belonging to the same user all use the same memory area.

    **********************************************

    Please remember to reward points for helpful answers and to close the thread if the problem is solved.

    Regards, Manuel

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 02:30 PM

    Check if you have set the parameter id after the field 'rf05l-bukrs' is populated with a value in the program. If not then place the set statement after the population of the field with a value.

    NAveen.

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