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Hi,

I am new to exits , Please help me in this regard. The smod exit name is given with m04b0003. Now my requirement is with this same exit i have to create some project.

Please let me know the process in this regard.

i.e., How we create project and enhancement and components give one example.

Please help me

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:27 AM

    Hi,

    You do that one in CMOD Transaction code..

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:29 AM

    Hi,

    Go to CMOD -> Create Project --> Assign your Enhancement by clicking on button ENHANCEMENT ASSIGNMENTS --> Click on Components and activate.

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    Satish

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:33 AM

    Hi

    Customer Enhancement Projects

    SAP application programmers create SAP enhancements in transaction SMOD using function module exits, menu exits, and screen exits.

    Customers are given a catalog containing an overview of existing SAP enhancements. They can then combine the SAP enhancements they want into an enhancement project using transaction CMOD.

    SAP enhancements are made up of component parts. These components include function module exits, menu exits, and screen exits. A specific component may be used only once in a single SAP enhancement (this guarantees the uniqueness of SAP enhancements).

    Customer enhancement projects consist of SAP enhancements. Each individual SAP enhancement may be used only once in a single customer enhancement program (this guarantees the uniqueness of a customer project).

    SAP application programmers preplan function module exits, menu exits, and screen exits for their applications and combine them to create useful enhancements for the R/3 System.

    Customers create their own enhancement projects for their systems using SAP enhancements. You can customize the individual components of an enhancement project by creating your own include programs (for function module exits), texts (for menu exits), and subscreens (for screen exits).

    Creating Customer Enhancement Projects

    Start the project management function (transaction CMOD) and give your enhancement project a name. SAP recommends that you think up a naming convention for all of your projects. You can, for example, include the project's transaction or module pool in its name. All enhancement project names must be unique. Next, branch to the project's attributes and enter a short text describing the enhancenent project. The system inserts all of the project's other attributes (such as created by, created on, or status).

    Assigning SAP Enhancement to customer projects

    Use the project management function (transaction CMOD) to assign SAP enhancements to customer enhancement projects. Enter the names of the SAP enhancements you want to use on the appropriate screen.

    The search function gives you a catalog-like overview of existing SAP enhancements. From there you can select those enhancements that are of interest to you.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 09:35 AM
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