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Find all the related transactions

Hi ALL

I have a typical question, in SAP is it possible to get all the transactions that access a piece of code.

eg: i have include FM07MFCL_CHARGENDATEN_MAT_SETZ which is used in program SAPMM07M for calculating Next inspection date. Now that we have changed the logic we want to test for all the scenarios which used this piece of code

some of the transactions are migo, migo_gr, vl32n, mb1a, mb1c, now i want to know all the transactions that uses that piece of code written in include FM07MFCL_CHARGENDATEN_MAT_SETZ

Regards,

Mahadev Shetty

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2006 at 10:21 PM

    Not really. A piece of code may be called in so many ways, including dynamic calls, that it is almost impossible to know all the transactions that it called in. In some cases you may be lucky to be able to use where-used in different levels and arrive at a main program, then you can get all the transactions that are associated with that main program. Go to SE93, F4, Information System and then press 'All Selections' at the bottom of the popup screen. Enter the main program name there in the appropriate field and you should get all the transactions associated with it.

    Again, this is not a complete list because, let us say you have a program (that has its own tcode A) that calls a transaction B. This transaction B is the one that you found out as one that calls the piece of code. But it is almost not possible to find A.

    So it will be an enormous task and I suggest that you stick to only the transactions that you know are used by the users and are impacted.

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2006 at 09:48 AM

    Hi Mahadev,

    Try with WHERE-USED LIST in the Application toolbar, select in which all components this code is available from the list, hope this helps you out.

    Regards:-

    Santosh

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