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Compile Enhancements

Hello,

Is it normal that during Function Group source code Implicit Enhancements the compiler sends a sintax error for those variables declared in another implicit enhancement in the GLOBAL INCLUDE?

If I execute the Function it works fine which makes no sense to me, but I suppose that is becaouse the enhancements onyl take effect during run time.

Kind Regards.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 06:34 AM

    hai , u should not get any syntax errors,

    when u r activatign activae all the includes at same time

    m.a

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      Hello,

      The funny thing is that everything is active, and when I execute all seems fine. I can debug and see the global variables declared in the enhancement and no dump is shown....

      In fact when I see this error is when I press the CHECK Button.

      Kind Regards

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 09:55 AM

    Hello,

    Maybe it was a problem with my SAP TRAIL instance, no syntax errors are shown.

    Kind Regards.

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