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Code inspector information message for CALL transaction

When a call transaction statement has been used in program code inspector flags it as a security problem which can be suppressed using *#EC CI_CALLTA.

Can you what this really means and how the error can be avoided without using *#EC CI_CALLTA. ?

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:14 AM

    Call transaction doesn't do all the authority checks that you'd get if you tried to run the transaction on line. So the code inspector tells you about this.

    Before you perform a call transaction, you should call function module AUTHORITY_CHECK_TCODE. This still does not suppress the information message. But it does address the reason behind the message.


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