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Find transaction code from customer exit (include program)


Is there any way to find in which transaction a customer's exit include is used ?

For example the include "ZXCOFO01" .

I go to SE38, and paste it. then from the menu Utilities -> Main programs, it shows me the program "SAPLXCOF" which belongs to the function pool XCOF (Customer Exits Order Confirmation CORF)

Now, how can i find in which transactions is used ?

(where used function doesn't show any transactions)

thanks in advance

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    Oct 18, 2010 at 08:35 AM


    Try this:

    SE38 -> report SNIF -> select "Customer Exits" -> Execute

    Locate the name of the include ZXCOFO01 in the "Customer include" column

    The leftmost column shows the name of the exit function (EXIT_SAPL...)

    Double-clicking on the entry will show the source code of the EXIT function. You can then use the Where-Used List to see all the call points. This may or may not answer your question, because in most cases the call points will be other function modules, whereas you want to know the transaction. Unless the calling module is directly linked to a transaction code (in which case you will find it via SE16 -> table TSTC), the link function -> transaction is not easy to establish (and not unique; many transactions may call the same function). To find out which transactions actually do call this exit in your system, you can set up an SE30 measurement: in SE30 click on "Schedule For User/Service" and create a schedule for object type = F and object name = <name of the exit function>. Request a sufficiently high number of measurements and then wait until the Sceduled counter becomes 0.

    Hope this helps,


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    Oct 18, 2010 at 07:47 AM


    <unrelated copy/paste passage removed by moderator>

    Thanks and Regards

    Akhilesh Singh

    Edited by: Thomas Zloch on Oct 18, 2010 10:12 AM

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    • Function group CORF is from package CORU.

      So you can check the relevant transactions from that package using SE80 transaction.

      CO11N           Single Screen Entry of Confirmations 
      CO12             Collective Entry of Confirmations 
      CO13             Cancel confirmation of prod. order 
      CO14              Display confirmation of prod. order 
      CO15              Enter Production order Confirmation 
      CO16              Conf.: Postprocessing error records 
      CO16N            Reprocessing Confirmation 
      CO17               Enter confirmation with reference 
      CO19               Enter Time Event 
      CO1F              Create confirmation of prod. order 
      CO1L              Confirmation: List of requests 
      CO1P              Predefined confirmation processes 
      CO1V              Confirmation: Fast entry of time tkt 
      CO86               Field Selection for PP Confirmations 

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    Apr 01, 2011 at 07:36 AM


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