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Table which has a list of obsolete BADIs

Hi Experts,

I would like to know how can I find the list of all obsolete BADIs that exist in a system.

Is there any method using which I can check for this or is there any table in which all the obsolete BADIs are stored.

Request your help in this regard.

Thanks and regards

Preeti Viswanath

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    Posted on Feb 02, 2012 at 01:02 PM

    Hi,

    For what?)

    Which ways to find all badi's:

    1. Tcode se18

    2. Check follow:

    To check whether a BADI is available you can do the following:

    - go to transaction se80

    - class CL_EXITHANDLER

    - method get_instance

    - put breakpoint after cl_exithandler->get_class_name_by

    - the system will stop everytime a BADI is called. info on existing BADI's can by found in parameter exit_name.

    Denis

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      Hi Denis

      The method that you mentioned, I am aware of that.

      The tool that I am working on, I need to populate a list of all obsolete BADIs that exist in a system. By placing a breakpoint in cl_exithandler and checking through get_instance, I will get all the classic BADIs but I will not know whether it is obsolete or not.

      Like there is table rodir (put object_type as 'FUNC' and obsolete = 'X' ) which contains the list of all obsolete Function modules, I wanted to know whether there is any such table that gives the list of all obsolete BADIs or whether there is any other method to get this information.

      Thanks and regards

      Preeti Viswanath

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    Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 08:37 AM

    Hi,

    Check the table SXC_ATTR

    I am not fully sure because I am not in front of my system right now. 😊

    Regards,

    Naresh

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