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Implicit enhancements , how do we verify ?

Mar 20, 2017 at 09:21 PM


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Hello friends

According to my understanding implicit enhancements (in function module), should be at the beginning or at the end of the function module.

In the pic given below, how do we verify that the enhancement is the implicit enhancement (just because it is at the beginning of the function module ?) and what does the number stand for . I am under the assumption that the number 1 stands for 1st implementation of the implicit enhancement, If that is the case how do I find all the implementation of particular implicit enhancements, and how to find the active one.

In my work, I have a similar function module, with 'ENHANCEMENT 3', how do I find the implementation 1 and 2

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Kali Charan Mar 21, 2017 at 04:21 AM

I hope if you open the Enhancement spot at Se19
There is tab Enh.Implementation elements. you can See if more than 1 Enhancements are available at the same program. in different location.
If you double click you know. Whether it is active or not.

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Kali, in the case of Bodhisattwa Pal, it's not an "enhancement spot" (for explicit enhancement options), it's an "implicit enhancement", but you're right, the number is used to differentiate the enhancements ("source code plugins") belonging to the same "implicit enhancement".

Bodhisattwa Pal Mar 21, 2017 at 09:15 AM

Doesn't the concept of enhancement spot come into play when we are talking about explicit enhancement ,and over here we are talking about implicit enhancement .

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Hi pa,

According to my knowledge all the enhancements done for a particular implicit enhancement line will be displayed there with their active status displaying next to enhancement name.




sorry name printed as pa instead of pal.


"Enhancement points that are available implicitly do not have any enhancement spots."

Roberto Vacca Mar 21, 2017 at 10:08 AM


From Se20 you see all your enhancements (std/cust), and enhancement's counter is a reference to your sequence during creation. A double click on the number should take you to the enhancement's definition.

Hope to help


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