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How to write code inside an Enhancement Implementation

Hi All,

How and Where to write code in the following Enhancement.

ENHANCEMENT-POINT LMGMMI12_01 SPOTS ES_SAPLMGMM STATIC.

$$-Start: LMGMMI12_01----


$$

ENHANCEMENT 8 DIMP_GENERAL_SAPLMGMM. "active version

DATA tmp_ccin LIKE ccin.

ENDENHANCEMENT.

$$-End: LMGMMI12_01----


$$

Thanks

Bhasker

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  • Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 04:58 PM

    Hi,

    check the below weblog to know how to do that.

    /people/thomas.weiss/blog/2006/01/24/what-the-new-enhancement-framework-is-for-150-its-basic-structure-and-elements-for-beginners

    Thanks,

    Ramakrishna

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 05:51 PM

    Hi Bhaskar,

    Follow the steps below.

    1. Goto enhancement mode.

    2. Place cursor on Enhancement Point and right click.

    3. From context menu, create implementation

    4. Enter implementation name and short text

    5. Place your code within implementation.

    Please remember that you have to create Implementation while using the new enhancement framework. Its just like BADI definition is provided and we create our own implementations.

    Thanks

    Kamal

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