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How to keep a break-point at specific field in VA02/VF02


If I want to keep a break point at a specific field in any to keep?

Ex: In sales order ---Header--Partners Tab---if u double click on partner --- Address POP-UP appears.

(VA02- Enter sales order number---Enter--click on HEADER---click on PARTNERS TAB--CLICK ON ANY PARTNER/CUSTOMER)

If I remove text in NAME is showing as MANDATORY.

If I want to see d logic against to see through breakpoint or in some other way...

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 11:12 AM

    Either the mandatory flag comes from dynpro definition or is set in PBO Abap logic.

    • So first look with SE51 at field attributes in dynpro definition, if not mandatory, note any attached screen group.
    • Then navigate to PBO to identify the module which set the screen attributes, in debug you could set a watchpoint on SCREEN-NAME = your field.

    NB: You could also start in SPRO Customizing looking for partner profiles in the Sales and Distribution area (Basic Functions, partners)



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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 11:21 AM

    Hi Varun

    Go to system --> Status... Note down the field name, structure or table name, Program( Screen), Screen number...

    Now double click on the Screen ( if you have access to code ) then find out the exact field name where you are referring to from the Includes mentioned( you can check the program name )

    Put a break point at the field mentioned and re-run the transaction..

    or the other way

    after removing the name filed ,,,, type /H in the command prompt and see the logic

    Please check and let me know in case of any difficulties



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