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Finding the Tx for a program.

How can I find the Tx for the Program RGUGBR00?

I went to TSTC table but could not find anything for this program?

Please advice.

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    Aug 02, 2008 at 06:42 PM

    Type the program name in the initial screen of SE38 and click "Where used list" (fourth button from the left). In the popup only mark "Transactions".

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Actually, thinking about it, I would recommend against creating a transaction for this report.

      The report is submitted with parameters which are important to how it works. It is submitted via menus of transactions which take care of who can and who cannot submit the report with which parameters from those application transactions, for setting up the rules and passing information to the program about the calling program's context.

      The report does have an authorization group on it (S_PROGRAM) so unauthorized users with correct S_PROGRAM authority should not able to simply submit it from SA38 etc.

      That it does not have any direct transaction of it's own, should be seen as a bit of a warning.

      Cheers,

      Julius

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    Former Member
    Aug 04, 2008 at 10:14 PM

    The program that you have entered does not have a T-code associated with it...

    So we can create a custom T-code to the Program by goin to T-code SE93

    Tcode--SE93

    Select---Program and Selection Screen.

    Type in the Program Name in the Tab Provided...

    and select the SAP GUI Version..

    After the initial process is done..

    You can assign the T-code to the User Who requested Access for.

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    • Just for the record: if you still want to find out whether there is a transaction associated with a program, go to SE80. There, you will see all objects and attributes related to the main program (includes, transactions, data types, forms...)

      Regards,

      Trond

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    Former Member
    Aug 05, 2008 at 12:09 PM

    Hi PT,

    It is used in a number of places and transactions.

    Probably the most obvious one is transaction GBB4.

    Cheers,

    Julius

    PS: Did you take a look at the other PT?

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