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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 10:55 AM

    Working With Development Objects

    Any component of an application program that is stored as a separate unit in the R/3 Repository is called a development object or a Repository Object. In the SAP System, all development objects that logically belong together are assigned to the same development class.

    Object Lists

    In the Object Navigator, development objects are displayed in object lists, which contain all of the elements in a development class, a program, global class, or function group.

    Object lists show not only a hierarchical overview of the development objects in a category, but also tell you how the objects are related to each other. The Object Navigator displays object lists as a tree.

    The topmost node of an object list is the development class. From here, you can navigate right down to the lowest hierarchical level of objects. If you select an object from the tree structure that itself describes an object list, the system displays just the new object list.

    For example:

    Selecting an Object List in the Object Navigator

    To select development objects, you use a selection list in the Object Navigator. This contains the following categories:

    Category

    Meaning

    Application hierarchy

    A list of all of the development classes in the SAP System. This list is arranged hierarchically by application components, component codes, and the development classes belonging to them

    Development class

    A list of all of the objects in the development class

    Program

    A list of all of the components in an ABAP program

    Function group

    A list of all of the function modules and their components that are defined within a function group

    Class

    A list of all of the components of a global class. It also lists the superclasses of the class, and all of the inherited and redefined methods of the current class.

    Internet service

    A list of all of the componentse of an Internet service:

    Service description, themes, language resources, HTML templates and MIME objects.

    When you choose an Internet service from the tree display, the Web Application Builder is started.

    See also Integrating Internet Services.

    Local objects

    A list of all of the local private objects of a user.

    Objects in this list belong to development class $TMP and are not transported. You can display both your own local private objects and those of other users. Local objects are used mostly for testing. If you want to transport a local object, you must assign it to another development class. For further information, refer to Changing Development Classes

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/d1/80194b454211d189710000e8322d00/content.htm

    Creating the Main Package

    Use

    The main package is primarily a container for development objects that belong together, in that they share the same system, transport layer, and customer delivery status. However, you must store development objects in sub-packages, not in the main package itself.

    Several main packages can be grouped together to form a structure package.

    Prerequisites

    You have the authorization for the activity L0 (All Functions) using the S_DEVELOP authorization object.

    Procedure

    You create each normal package in a similar procedure to the one described below. It can then be included as a sub-package in a main package.

    To create a main package:

    1. Open the Package Builder initial screen (SE21 or SPACKAGE).

    2. In the Package field, enter a name for the package that complies with the toolÂ’s Naming Conventions

    Within SAP itself, the name must begin with a letter from A to S, or from U to X.

    3. Choose Create.

    The system displays the Create Package dialog box.

    4. Enter the following package attributes:

    Short Text

    Application Component

    From the component hierarchy of the SAP system, choose the abbreviation for the application component to which you want to assign the new package.

    Software component

    Select an entry. The software component describes a set of development objects that can only be delivered in a single unit. You should assign all the sub-packages of the main package to this software component.

    Exception: Sub-packages that will not be delivered to customers must be assigned to the HOMEsoftware component.

    Main Package

    This checkbox appears only if you have the appropriate authorization (see Prerequisites).

    To indicate that the package is a main package, check this box.

    5. Choose Save.

    6. In the dialog box that appears, assign a transport request.

    Result

    The Change package screen displays the attributes of the new package. To display the object list for the package in the Object Navigator as well, choose from the button bar.

    You have created your main package and can now define a structure within it. Generally, you will continue by adding sub-packages to the main package. They themselves will contain the package elements you have assigned.

    See also

    Adding Sub-Packages to the Main Package

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/ea/c05d8cf01011d3964000a0c94260a5/content.htm

    access key used for change standard program.

    www.sap.service.com

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 10:59 AM

    Hi,

    Goto tcode se80(Object Navigator). There u can create package. development class.

    Regards,

    Vani

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