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SCM APO: user exit

Hi experts,

any idea why I can not find all enhancements in our system? I can see the FM EXIT_/SAPAPO/SAPLCIF_LOC_001 but I cannot find enhancements APOCF001 in CMOD. Where can I see which FM corresponds to which enhancement?

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Aban

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    Former Member
    Nov 24, 2010 at 08:41 AM

    Hi

    Please go to se16  Tables  tpye user_exit

    You should able to find out the table with all the user exits which are activated in your system..

    I hope this will help you.

    Thanks

    Amol

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    Former Member
    Nov 24, 2010 at 10:41 AM

    Aban,

    CMOD only shows customer projects. SMOD shows enhancements. Sorta like SMOD shows the possibilities that exist, CMOD shows what is actually being used.

    So, to do a FM 'where-used', use SE84. Select Enhancements > Customer Exits > Enhancements.. Expand the search criteria if it is not already done (Edit > All selections). Under 'Component name' enter your FM name. If using copy/paste, ensure that you don't truncate. Make sure that at least F module exit checkbox is checked. Execute.

    You will see a listing of all Enhancements that use this FM. In the case of your specific FM, the only Enhancement is APOCF001.

    Now, go to SE84 >Enhancements > Customer exits > projects. Same drill, expand the selection. Enter the name of your FM. Execute. You will see a listing of all projects that contain your FM. If there is no results, it means that the FM is not being used in any project.

    Best Regards,

    DB49.

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    • Former Member

      Hi DB49,

      thank you for very helpful input as everytime. I run TX SMOD and entered the name of enhancement (APOCF001). After then I have got this message: "Enhancement APOCF001 already migrated to BAdI definition SMOD_APOCF001".

      Now I am going to create an implementation of this BAdI.

      Regards

      Aban

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    Former Member
    Nov 26, 2010 at 09:17 AM

    Enhancement APOCF001 already migrated to BAdI definition SMOD_APOCF001

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