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How to add a include to the user exit.How to make that user exit in edit mode ...what we need

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:31 AM

    Hi,

    when u double click on the include it will the message" Program names ZX... are reserved for includes of exit function groups ". at status bar.

    It is just a warning msg..Press enter..It wil allow u to modify..

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    Omkar.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:48 AM

    Hi

    U found a Enhancement Using SMOD Transaction according to u r requirement.

    Got to tcode CMOD,

    add the Enhancement and Click on Componenets button

    u able found available exits (FM exits, Menu exits, Screen exits)

    U click on u r FM exit, in that u found the Include name with

    Z naming.

    In that include we need to add our own code.

    If u click on Include it will give a warning message in older versions.

    From ECC 5.0 onwards we are not getting this warnig message.

    If u get warning message simply press 'Enter ' button

    and add u r code.

    If it helpful rewards points.

    Regards

    Pratap.M

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:48 AM

    Hi ,

    when u double clk on the include it will give the message " Program names ZX... are reserved for includes of exit function groups " at status bar, it is just a warning.

    then press enter it will create that include, then write ur code.

    Activate the enhancement and project.

    regards,

    ravi shankar reddy

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