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Functional exit - EXIT_SAPLKOBS_001 not being called

Hi all

I am trying to include a code in the functional exit EXIT_SAPLKOBS_001 using enhancement COOM0003. I double clicked on the include function of ZXKOBSU01 & did some coding. I put a break point on the first line of m y code but when I do the internal order creation transaction KO01, it does not seem to call the user exit. Am I doing something wrong or am I suuposed to have access to something in particular....

The same thing happened when I tried to write some coding into the EXIT_RFEBLB20_001 functional exit & when I imported a lockbox file it never called the user exit...

Am I supposed to uncomment the first line which reads 'Include ZXKOBSU01' when I double click on the ZXKOBSU01....has anybody had the same problem before???

Thanks

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 02:49 PM

    You should first create a project (Transaction CMOD) in which you will put the enhancement COOM0003.

    When you activate the project will the function module be called and not before.

    Regards

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 03:05 PM

    Hi Raymond

    Thank you very very much....it worked....you were absolutely right...I didnt activate that enhancement....I am a functional & thats probably why I didnt know about actiavting the enhancement....

    Anyways really really appreciate your time....

    I have given points for you....

    Thanks all for anybody who spent time with my question...

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