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BTF Editor - where to find it?

Hi,

Thomas Jung posted a weblog recently on the marvels of something he calls the "BTF editor". I've tried to find this brand new feature, but have failed so far. Could anyone provide me the menu path or transaction code to start this thing?

Naturally, help.sap.com does not come up with anything related to "BTF"... but that's as you would expect, or...?

😊

Trond

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2005 at 09:00 AM

    Trond,

    It's all mentioned in the web log. Start SE 80 and select the BSP app BTF_EXT_DEMO. Open eg the default.fo controller and tun it via F8.

    Eddy

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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 06:03 AM

    > ...help.sap.com does not come up with anything

    > ... but that's as you would expect, or...?

    Of course, I am the first to admit that often there are bits and pieces of new features that are just not documented in the heat of the moment. These "trivial" aspects (from developer's viewpoint) are left for last and then forgotten. We fight against this everyday.

    But there is also another reason, which is equally, if not more, relevant for many of the situations we see. Due to "market driven" requirements (means we liked the ideas:), we are often forced to develop features into a specific service pack or another. Typical example design2003 and phtmlb library.

    But the documentation is closed in a very early stage, usually within the first few service packs. And thereafter it is never updated again. Even although we make changes in docs, these are only publishes with next major release.

    In case of this control, I do not know the true story, as it was developed by an expert in another group.

    bye, brian

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