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I need to check for Z development in a standard transaction.

Is there an easy way to do this?

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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2020 at 05:56 AM

    If you name the standard transaction, the community might be able to help you out in a more specific way.

    Are you aware of how many different ways there actually are to include custom development, and what actually is a "Z development", how about a user exit that just used standard fields and standard DDIC objects, or how about custom routines for checking/copying/calculating in e.g. SD order types and pricing.

    If you are looking for a general solution to your problem that solves all cases of finding custom development, well, there is not one solution to your problem. That is because there are so many different ways on how custom development can be integrated into SAP standard functionality, especially in SAP ECC. There are definitly ways to look for whether specific technologies are used to implement custom development, but you will have to look or test for those one at a time.

    • User Exits
    • Customer Exits
    • Menu Exits
    • Screen Exits
    • Function Module Exits
    • Keyword Exits
    • Field Exits
    • Enhancements Spots
    • Explicit Enhancement Points
    • Implicit Enhancements
    • Single Implementation BAdI
    • Multi Implementation BAdI
    • Filter BAdI
    • Custom BAdI
    • Modification
    • ... ?

    So, if you name the transaction, there might be a shorter way to help you out with the knowledge of the community.

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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2020 at 09:57 PM

    Hi There,

    To get to know about all Z implementations for a standard T-Code can really be frustrating sometime. So, you should always look for such enhancements only for dedicated actions - just like - Data validation in particular screen sections, Views or events/BADI at Save action. I would always look for SAT tcode to take an ABAP trace.

    • Open SAT Tcode in your desired system.
    • In the ''In Dialog'' section, provide your standard tcode and click on execute button.
    • Once you are done with all dedicated actions performed, exit from tcode.
    • Launch SAT tcode again. Click on 'Evaluate' button and then your recently taken trace.

    You would see something like below - and there you go find all Z enhancements done for your tcode provided.

    I just hope this helps. Happy learning. Cheers!

    Best Regards,

    Shakun


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