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Newbie Enhancement Point question

I followed a tip from the website below and easily inserted some custom code into the RIAUFMVK program.

http://www.sapdevelopment.co.uk/enhance/eframework/ef_explicit.htm

I left the code as a local transport just to prove I could insert the code.

Explicit enhancement points are basically hooks already coded into the program by SAP at various points of the code. See program RIAUFMVK for examples of these! These are very easy to implement simply go into enhancement mode of SE80 and right click on the enhancement point where you want to add your code and choose u2018Enhancement Implementation->Createu2019 Give it a name, description and assign it to a change request (should not be a Z package) and then simply add the code as normal.

The author says that you shouldn't assign it to a Z package.

What's the reason for that?

Thanks

Ed Baker

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 04:28 AM

    Hi,

    I think that it's a mistake. It should be assigned to Z package. It is you own development so it has to go to Z package.

    Cheers

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    • Hi,

      I highly suggest you find some standards of your own to name your enhancement. I like something like ZEI_RIAUFMVK, where EI stands for Enhancement Implementation, followed by the name of the Include (not the report) or the Function Module your enhancement is located in.

      I havenu2019t found yet an easy way to find back an enhancement once in the system. Letu2019s say you want to modify 6 months later, youu2019d be happy to easily find it back.

      Regards.

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