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Activating standart implementation of a BADI


An implementaion implements on a standard BADI '/CPD/PFP_BADI_LAUNCH_FP_APP' and it has one standard implementation. After implementing custom implementaion the standard implementation was changed to not active status since it is not multi use and the new implementation is become active. But now I deleted my custom implementation though but the standard implementation which is active before is still not activating. Is there any procedure to activate it. Because before it was active until implementing custom implementation.

In attached screenshot I need to actave the first implementaion which is standard.

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2015 at 09:13 AM


    A quick search in SCN says that we need SCCR key of that object to reactivate a deactivated implementation within a standard BADI.


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      Just had similar problem..

      In SPRO no key is asked for (de)activation.
      Some BADI's can be activated in spro via IMG activity (you can check if IMG exists in table CUS_ACTEXT)

      When it doesn't exist, you can create your own IMG activity via transaction SIMGH

  • Posted on Sep 06, 2016 at 12:15 PM

    Go to SE16N, put table name SXC_ATTR, go to debugger, change GD-EDIT to 'X' and then change value of field ACTIVE to 'X' and save.

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