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EXIT_SAPLCUD3_001 not getting triggerred in Var.Table (CU60)

With reference to SAP Note 1394961,we have activated User Exit

EXIT_SAPLCUD3_001 (CCUX0510 - Configuration: Addnl Proc. for Changing

Var.Table Entries).

But,in transaction CU60 ( Variant Table Maintenance), its not getting

triggerred.We are opening connectiom for accessing data in ECC Dev

(Client 120).

Refer Table Z_DISCHARGE_PORT

Change any of the characteristic values and save.Its been noticed, that

Exit is not getting triggered.As a Prerequisite, we have to activate

Run Time Object in Table. We tried that in transaction CU62, Its only

get generated,but not getting activated.

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    Posted on Jul 05, 2010 at 05:29 PM

    Thankx

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2010 at 03:05 AM

    Have you activate the user exit in SMOD via test button?

    If so, then you may want your ABAPer to perform debug test.

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    • Following solution works. The problem is that error message does not stop the program, a message with "Update was terminated " is sent to SAP inbox.

      For the program to stop at the break-points, it is necessary to activatethe update debugging.

      Before you press the save button in CU60, please type in /h >

      press the save button > now you are in the debugger. In the

      menue go to Setting > Update debugging > you will get an message

      "Update debugging switched on" > press F8 > a new window will be

      open and here the program stops at the break-points.

      I hope that helps.

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