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Hi ,

how can i find all the functions used in a transaction or a program

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Arun

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 08:15 AM

    Hi Arun,

    You can use the Runtime Analysis (SE30); create a variant and be sure to switch 'Modularization Units' Function modules on.

    You have to run the transaction or program to get the results (and obviously only FM will be found which are actually used).

    Regards,

    John.

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 08:23 AM

    With 6.10 or higher you may also use SCOV.

    Best Regards

    Klaus

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 08:29 AM

    Hi Arun,

    Use the transaction SE80. Select the program and enter the name of program. it will display all the object list which are available in that program.

    Regards,

    Parag

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 08:31 AM

    Hi Arun

    Using Object Navigator (or one of related editors, e.g.se38) follow:

    <i>"Utilities --> Call Graph"</i> to see called entities within the program on the workplace.

    Hope this is what you require.

    *--Serdar

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2004 at 09:43 AM

    I had no idea, this could be found out, and that too various approaches as suggested by John, Klaus and Serdar. Thanks everyone.

    Regards,

    Subramanian V.

    P.S. Arun , make sure you give points to these answers.

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