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Problem with customer exit variable that is input ready as well

Hello all,

I'm facing an issue with a customer exit variable that again has been defined as input ready. I'm not sure why it is working incorrectly and I#m wondering if this is a bug or if I do s.th. stupid.

The problem is that in the exit program ZXRSRU01 this varibale does not go into the program code I have prepared for this variable. I have added entry points for all three i_step values 1,2,3, but the code will never be touched and in debugging I can see that it simply pypasses the code for this variable.

I have tried to enter a value or to leave it blank, no difference.

When I run another test by just using a customer exit variable w/o input ready capability, then I have no issue, the exit does exactly what I have coded.

Does this mean, that a customer exit variable along with input readiness dows not work ?????

You may ask why I need this variable. Well, my intention is to use the input value of this variable A to derive other values for a complete different variable B. Afterwards I want to erase the input given into variable A to have it blank.

Any comments are appreciated

Thanks

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  • Posted on Nov 26, 2010 at 04:16 AM

    Hi Heiko,

    I assume A & B variables are defined on different Characteristics. If you wish to derive B based on A, you can create the Query Characteristic Restriction on B & have a dummy RKF restricted on A whose processing is by Manual Input; where processing of B is by Customer Exit. In istep 2 you can check for B, read A & derive B. There would not be a need to blank out A since the Query would not be restricted on A - you can hide the dummy RKF from showing in the output. Just a thought.

    --Priya

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