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Tcode 'UDM_DISPUTE' showing dump at 'RAISE single_exit_multiply_active'

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When executing the Tcode 'UDM_DISPUTE' . It is giving the dump at 'RAISE single_exit_multiply_active' in CALL METHOD cl_badi_flt_data_trans_and_db=>act_imps_per_flt_val in the method is 'GET_INSTANCE'

Tried finding the badi name by putting the break point at exception handler, the exit-name i got is 'UDM_LOC_MASSACT_C' .

........is this the badi showing Dump ......and how excatly do i have to resolve the dump...........could anyone please help me

Thankyou,

Devo.

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  • Posted on May 21, 2007 at 02:05 PM

    Hi Devo,

    Based on the short dump, it seems there is a multiple implementation of Badis.

    You can check via SE18, enter Badi name and in the menu Implementation -> Overview. Check your implementations.

    Of course it's also worth to check OSS notes, might be something relevant to this transaction.

    Best regards,

    Peter

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    Posted on May 22, 2007 at 04:53 AM

    Hi Peter,

    How do i check to know ...the BADI's which are implemented in the Tcode.

    Thankyou,

    Devo.

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      Here is the way to find a BADI

      1) Go to se24 (Display class cl_exithandler)

      2) Double click on the method GET_INSTANCE.

      3) Put a break point at Line no.28 (CASE sy-subrc).

      Now Execute SAP standard transaction. Press the required button/action for which you need to write an exit logic, the execution will stop at the break point.

      Check the values of variable 'exit_name', it will give you the BADI name called at that time.

      This way you will find all the BADIs called on click of any button in any transaction.

      Regards

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