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Message type to change from Warning to Error

Hi Friends,

In TCode: F-48, on screen no 304, I wish to change the message F5-373 from warning to error.

Please let me know different ways of doing it.

Thx In Advance,


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  • Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 05:50 AM

    Hi Nitin,

    After making all the entries on the selection-screen,go to the Debugging mode and set break-points at statement 'messages'. Once you ahve done this then execute it. By doing this way, u will be able to find the correct location of the required message. Once u find this,go to the change screen and change the warning message to Error message by changing the message type from 'W' to 'E' .

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    • Former Member Nitin N. Gaikwad



        if ek05a-xwert ne space.
            call function 'CUSTOMIZED_MESSAGE'                   "Note 0419441
                      i_arbgb = 'F5'
                      i_dtype = 'W'
                      i_msgnr = '373'.
      * (del) if i = 2.           "for message search: where used. Note435478
            if 1 = 2.                                             "Note435478
              message w373.

      Nitin ,

      Without changing program u cann't do any thing , if u want to change standard program then make use of above program and location.



  • Posted on Feb 27, 2007 at 09:00 AM


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