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Searching a standard field in Z Programs

Hello All!

A quick question: how can I find which Z programs are used a determined field (i.g.: LFA1-STENR).

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Michel Khouri

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:37 PM

    hi Michal,

    Go to se11 and enter the table name... double click the field in the table and press where-used -list button there by a popup appears select programs check box which displays the programs where that field is used..

    Regards,

    Santosh

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:34 PM

    select the option where used list option

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:41 PM

    Hi Michel,

    Another way to find the specified string is:

    Go to program 'RPR_ABAP_SOURCE_SCAN' and search for 'LFA1-STENR' string using program name as 'Z*'.

    Hope this will help you out.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 04:51 PM

    Hi Michel

    Where used enquiries in SE11 can tell you where the table OR data element is used, but not both together.

    If you want to look specifically for a field within a particular table or structure, such as "LFA1-STENR" you would be better to use a string search in the priogram code.

    Standard program RSRSCAN1 gives you the facility - you can specify a string to search for (or pattern) and a range of program names (e.g. Z*).

    You can also opt to expand the includes in the programs searched.

    Of course, if the field is not referred to directly by it's full name, you won't find it!

    Hope this helps

    Robin

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