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See FM documentation

I would like to see the documentation maintained for an FM via a button on my module pool program. I would like to know how I can do that.

I can see documentation of a report with the following FM

call function 'DSYS_SHOW_FOR_F1HELP'

exporting

dokclass = 'RE'

dokname = sy-repid

short_text = 'X'

exceptions

others = 1.

or else we can use the FM docu_get as well.

But these are restricted to a Report or a module pool. How can I see the documentation of a Function module? is there any FM?

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 11:51 AM

    workbench documentations may be accessed via SE61 transaction. There you'll see the list of possible dokclass (FU for function modules).

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2009 at 11:13 AM

    you can try with this FM but you will need to create a other text with se61

    CALL FUNCTION 'POPUP_DISPLAY_TEXT'
           EXPORTING
                LANGUAGE       = SY-LANGU
                POPUP_TITLE    = P_TEXT_H01
                START_COLUMN   = 10
                START_ROW      = 3
                TEXT_OBJECT    = P_0471
                HELP_MODAL     = 'X'
    *    IMPORTING
    *         CANCELLED      =
           EXCEPTIONS
               TEXT_NOT_FOUND = 1
               OTHERS         = 2.

    You must create the document to be transferred as a document of the

    class "Text in Dialog" with the Documentation Maintenance Transaction

    (SE61).

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