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How to find problematic statements in all the customer enhancements when migrating to HANA?

Apr 05 at 06:03 PM

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Hi,

We are migrating to HANA and we want to check for problematic statements in all the customer enhancements like User exits, Customer Exits, Copy routines, BADI's etc..

There are many Customer enhancements, so is there a simple way to create an object set which would include all the customer enhancements?

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Is there a simple or straight forward way to find problematic statements in all the customer enhancements like User exits, Customer Exits, Copy routines, BADI's etc..?

Thanks.

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Kiran K Apr 09 at 12:53 PM
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Sunil,

Did you explored using the T code /SDF/CD_CCA with the option "SAP Modification Overview" to get the list of all Custom Modifcations.

May be this blog can give you some lead.....

https://blogs.sap.com/2017/02/28/getting-started-with-the-s4hana-migration-cockpit-onpremise/

K.Kiran.

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It will be helpful to me as well as the OP if you can share why /SDF/CD_CCA is of no help here.

Willing to learn.Thanks.

K.Kiran.

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Guus Werinussa Apr 08 at 06:31 PM
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You could start with reading note 1912445

And possibly find any info on the 10-steps to S4Hana.

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Does it say anything about the custom code in user exits?

(link added for ease of use: 1912445 - ABAP custom code migration for SAP HANA - recommendations and Code Inspector variants for SAP HANA migration)

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No, it does not state custom code in User Exits. It does however mention custom code (in general). So that should include any custom code.

And i do have performed several SCI checks prior to HANA DB migrations and for S4. And still have not experienced custom code missing from the check results.

Still, the best way to find out is to try it out. Just follow what the steps in the notes that can be found.

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