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how can be multiple active implementations of a BADI


In SE19 if you check a BADI Implementation if you see

the attributes there is Type section where a check box

appears <b>Multiple Use</b>. If you read the help of that check box it says that

" Multiple use for BADI definitions means that there can be several

active BADI implementations. When there is a call, they are all called

up - however, in an unpredictable sequence."

But Standard Program has a single set of code to call the BADI's which is.

CALL METHOD cl_exithandler=>get_instance


instance = r_var.

CALL METHOD r_var-><method_name>



Now the question is " How Multiple BADI active Implementations can exists if this set of code only

gets executed ? "

Thanks & Regards

Abhimanyu L

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 10:55 AM

    Hi Abhimanyu,

    The code you have shown may be in a bigger processing block(Something like a loop). For each pass of the loop a different instance will be triggered.

    Or Check the code inside the get instance method.

    see if a table of instances is being there.



    Message was edited by: Ravi Kanth Talagana

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