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pre-load description of objects in Eclipse

Dear Community,

Is there any way to load description of Function Module before clicking on it.

here example, I click Function Group node, it shows Function Module`s name.

but after clicking Function Module it shows description of it.

is there anyway to populate FM descriptions while clicking FG node.

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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2019 at 10:59 AM

    It do exactly what you request at my system. 7.52

    Have tried now with different f-groups. Alsow with some I never touched before.

    ~florian

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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2019 at 11:56 AM

    I just checked in our systems and it seems to hinge on the SAP system's version:

    In our NW 750 SP13 EHP8 systems, I don't see any descriptions, not even after clicking on a function group, module or other object(node). In our central ATC-system - which is on NW 752 SP02 the descriptions are displayed without the need to click on anything.

    I used Eclipse Neon, so a rather old version of that, but still see the different behaviour.

    Here is the link to an older question about this "shortcoming" in older NW-versions:

    https://answers.sap.com/questions/457642/class-description-in-eclipse-with-abap-development.html

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