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How to supress system message?


I am using ECC 6 . In one of custom program i am using EDIT_TEXT. within i am passing




and calling fm EDIT_TEXT then system displaying text editor window and giving a information message that

Observe name ranges: Y,Z for customers, J_NC for partners, A..X for SAP
Message no. TD728

I want to know how to supress this message?

For your information i cannot change the text id ST to YST.


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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 08:49 PM


    Is that YXXXXXXXXXXXXX exist in SO10?



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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 08:55 PM

    I am not getting that message.

    So, check why do you get the message.

    Set the breakpoint at

      perform is_partner_system(sapmssco).

    In program LSTXXFTE and Line 835 and debug.


    Naimesh Patel

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 09:26 PM

    It is not Text ID that is causing this issue, it is TEXT NAME. For some reason, your system is treated either as a partner system or SAP system, not customer. Put a break-point in the subroutine "form te_name_reserves" of program LSTXXFTE and see what it is treating your system as.

    You cannot avoid the message, but you can avoid the reason that raised the message.

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    • Former Member .Subramony A R .Subramony Ramakrishnan

      It seems a bit suprising as you can edit the combination you describe normally in SO10 without a message (although I've only testing in ECC5).

      Try setting a breakpoint in form te_name_reserves inside LSTXXFTE as this seems to be where the system determines whether to issue the message or not... I could edit this combination from SO10:

      TEID = ST
      TESPRAS = E

      Is SYSTEM_STATUS returning "C" for you?.. in debug I see id_status = "S" and name_status = "C", and systems_status(1) = "C".


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