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Program source direct ABAP or Eclipse

Hello together,

Is it possible to find out in SAP whether a program, class,... is created in SAP or via Eclipse?

Thanks!

Helena

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    Posted on Oct 30, 2015 at 12:18 PM

    Hi, Helena,

    generally, SAPGUI Editor and ADT (Eclipse) are interchangeable and therefore, the code written must be invariant

    but there are nuances:

    as I know,

    if global class was generated in SE24 then method parameters automatically preffixed by "!" symbol (you can see it if you go to public/protected/private section and look at parameter names in method definition)

    while in Eclipse as a rule nobody makes such preffixes

    probably there are other nuances that allow you to assume where code was written

    but you should not rely on such nuances.

    Best regards,

    Vitaliy

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  • Posted on Nov 02, 2015 at 08:00 PM

    Hi Helena,

    what exact do you want to find out? Maybe we can give you a hand after sharing some more details.

    Or is it just the question: Do my team use eclipse?🤪

    ~Florian

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    • Hi,

      in NW 7.50 you can use the dynamic logpoints to trace the usage of AIE vs. SE80.

      Just set a logpoint in function module RS_ACCESS_PERMISSION and log the entry point.

      For older releases you can use the transaction STATS to analyze the call of RFC module

      SADT_REST_RFC_ENDPOINT which is our central entrypoint for eclipse.

      Regards,

      Thomas.

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