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User Exit Problem

Someone can explain me how can I use a User Exit on a Standard Transaction?, I need to verify that a code already exists before the Transaction do what it do.

Thanks in advance,

Ruben.

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2005 at 03:55 PM

    To use a user-exit:

    a) First you need to identify for which application, do you need customisation.

    b) From the name of the program for the given transaction(you can go to SE93, and identify the name of the program, for the transaction), identify the development class or package.

    c) Go to SMOD/CMOD, enter the name of the development class, and find the suitable user exits for that.

    d) After finding the enhancement, create a project in SMOD/CMOD, and add this enhancement.

    e) Click the components button

    f) Function , Menu and Screen exits are displayed

    g) Write your code wherever you choose to

    h) Activate the project

    Hope this helped. Your question is a little vague, and the only help I could give is this. If you can be more specific, I am sure we can find a better answer for you.

    Regards,

    Subramanian V.

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 01:30 PM

    Thanks, the answer was very helpful. I don't have de option to reward you with points, I don't know why.

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