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Implement method with function module SEO_CLASS_CREATE_COMPLETE?

May 08, 2017 at 07:18 AM

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Good morning,

I'm working with the function module SEO_CLASS_CREATE_COMPLETE trying to implement an interface-method (intf~meth). Since some of the complete names of the interface-methods were too long, I used aliases to prevent this problem. This just worked fine and the definition part of the class is generated and displayed in the right way.

However I want to implement the method in the implementation part of the class and I've tried nearly everything to do so. Have you any idea which structures or tables I might have to fill in from the function module SEO_CLASS_CREATE_COMPLETE? Is there a way at all? Or do I just need another function module? If so, which one?

Thanks for helping me in advance!

Best wishes

Kevin

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Eveline Crasovan
May 08, 2017 at 10:20 AM
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In your system should exist a report named SEO_GENERATE_CLASS_EXAMPLE providing an example how to use SEO_CLASS_CREATE_COMPLETE

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Sandra Rossi May 08, 2017 at 01:50 PM
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SEO_CLASS_CREATE_COMPLETE is used in SAPlink (https://www.assembla.com/spaces/saplink), I guess it should work for aliases. Download SAPlink, export a sample class pool to an XML file, delete the sample class pool, then import it again to check whether it handles aliases as you wish, then debug how SAPlink calls the function module.

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