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Obtain information from standard program

Hello Everybody

I need to know when the user press the save button in a standard program and so obtain information, but the program doesn't have associated a BAdI or user exit.

is there a different mechanism to interact with a standard program?

thanks,

Alejandro

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  • Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 07:35 PM

    Hi Alejandro,

    I don't think it is possible to do that without any of the exits you mentioned.

    If you let us know which program it is, and also what exactly is that you want to do if you can interact with it, then may be the forum can help you find a way out.

    Srinivas

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    • Here is an alternative logic.

      Get all the tables involved in the customizing view(T001L in case of OX09 and T087, T087T in case of OAVA).

      Read table DBTABLOG with LOGDATE, LOGTIME after the last runtime and TABNAME = customizing table and the tables involved with the customizing view.

      If records found, then the records associated with the base tables of the view contain the key of record(field LOGKEY) and the field OPTYPE has the value U(pdate) or I(nsert) etc.

      With the key go the tables and read the records and pass on to your Z table.

      Hope this helps.

      Srinivas

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