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5.What are client dependant objects in ABAP or SAP?

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  • Posted on May 30, 2008 at 10:43 AM

    Hi Venu,

    Sap Scripts are Client dependent

    How do we debug sapscript?

    First we need to put Break point in Print program where ever you want to stop the execution.

    After in SE71 give your form name and go to Utilities-->Active De-bugger.

    Then go to your transcation like VF03(for Invoice or Credit memo) etc to see the print preview or print the form execute it.

    When you execute it the the form Debugging will get activated and you can see your Form execution step by step.

    Thanks,

    Satya

    Edited by: SATYA KUMAR AKKARABOYANA on May 30, 2008 12:45 PM

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 10:48 AM

    Client dependant objects can be viewed, changed for the client for which it has been assigned. Other clients do not have access on these objects

    Smartforms and Programs like (EXEC,SUBP,MODU,INCL) are client independent. and SAP Scripts are client dependent.

    Check this thread for more information

    which are client independent and dependent objects in SAP ABAP

    rewars points if u found it useful 😊

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    Posted on May 30, 2008 at 11:16 AM

    Client Dependant: Objects which other clients do not have access to, like scripts layout, smartforms etc

    Client Independant: These are universal and can viewed and changed across multiple clients. Eg Dictionary objects like tables, domains, views and also Function module, programs etc.

    Sameer

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