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Correction Instructions - Enhancement Objects

Hello Experts,

Correction Instructions containing ABAP objects like Report Program and Function Modules are intuitive and easy to interpret. i.e. Looking at the correction instructions we can deduce the effect of the correction instruction on the source code.

However, Correction Instructions containing Enhancement Objects are not intuitive and difficult to interpret.

Is there a documentation or e-learning session that explains 'How to interpret Correction Instructions containing Enhancement Objects?'

Thanks in Advance.


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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Sravan,

    it is true that enhancement implementations are technically a bit more complex than normal coding. But you will find some details about the enhancement implementations in the definition part. Especially at the bottom of the navigation tree (displayed as "HOOK: Source" or similar) you will find the source like changes for each enhancement ID. But sure it is a bit harder to read and also harder in the workbench to identify.

    But there is no direct relation to the Enhancement Packages here. For technical documentation you should maybe ask in the forum [Enhancements and Modifications|ABAP Switching, Enhancing, and Adapting Standard Programs;.

    Best regards,


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