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very urjent (What is the procedure for adding a table documentation to IMG)

Hi abapers,

It was very urjent,

What is the procedure for adding a table documentation to IMG entries.

(It does not have "deletion" information, but there is a section on making changes to Z tables and then updating the IMG, which presumably could be expanded for deletion of objects.)

I having the procedure, But that is not clear.

Can any body tell me step by step.

With regards.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 07:16 AM


    Assign IMG Documentation


    You have opened the IMG structure in change mode and created an IMG activity.


    Choose the Document tab in the Assigned objects group box.

    If you want to create a new document for the IMG activity, enter a name for the document and choose Create.

    The name can contain alphanumeric characters and the special character "_".

    You go to the text editor. Specify a package class when you save the text. You return to the previous initial screen with Back.

    To use an existing document, choose the Assign other document pushbutton to the right of the document name. Choose an existing document and choose Copy.

    Save the changes with IMG activity Save.


    Renjith Michael.

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