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assigning package to a custom z table...

hi all

how to assign package to custom database table ztable.

for that i'v used se93...

then waht to give in the program name..screen no. coz this is custom table unlike

normal executable program.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:05 PM

    Hi

    se 93 is used to create transactions.HOw did you assign package to the table using se93.You can assign package to a table while saving and activating it.

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:12 PM

    Prashanth ,

    When you create table then you will get pop up window there you need to mantion package if not then it will be

    local object $tmp.

    steps for change local $tmp to package or development class

    goto Se03 -> select change object directory entries ->

    now select check box -> R3TR ->TABL -> enter table name -> execute

    now select R3TR TABL Table name line -> click on object directory button -> now change into package/development class

    same thing you should do for domain and data elements.

    Thanks

    Seshu

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:06 AM

    To assign a package to a custom z table you can follow the MENU path

    "GOTO > OBJECT DICTIONARY ENTRY " You will be provided with the existing package name "$TMP". Check the Change mode button and give your own package name. click save.

    The Z table will be assigned with new Package.

    Rewards if useful.

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