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BADI / EXit for LS01n...

Hello,

do we have any BADI / Exit while saving in LS01 / 02 N.

Regards,

Anoop

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2014 at 09:21 AM

    Hi Anoop,

    Try the fm BAPI_MATERIAL_SAVEDATA.

    regards,

    Ashvin

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    • Hello Dev,

      I checked all the exits through CMOD using LSV package. But dont get solution there.

      please suggest me any exit / badi for the same.

      @Abhijit Dani

      Thanks for your suggesstion......

      and I am still looking for BADI / Exit/..

      If i dont get any other solution.....will implement your provided solution

      Rgards,

      Anoop Singh Bhandari

  • Posted on Sep 19, 2014 at 08:46 AM

    You can find this easily yourself:

    1) Goto se24 (Display class cl_exithandler)

    2) Double click on the method GET_INSTANCE.

    3) Put a break point at Line no.25 (CASE sy-subrc).

    Now

    4) Execute LS01, and SAVE, or whatever button you want

    5) the execution will stop at the break point.

    6) Check the values of variable 'exit_name', it will give you the BADI name called at that time.

    7) This way you will find all the BADIs called on click of any button in any transaction

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