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Jun 08, 2005 at 01:33 PM

Where #EC-items coming from in the code inspector

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Hi,

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Code Inspector - CALL TRANSACTION

Does anyone knows where the #EC items are coming from in the code inspector or extended syntax checks?

I'm still curious why the these comments don't work in the 46C version of the Code inspector and from the other hand I'm interested if I can define new #EC item for customer defined checks?

I know pseudo comments should be suppressed in method CL_CI_TEST_SCAN=>INFORM.

I think the #EC is coming from some kind kernel call. I would imagine something similar to FM RS_QUALIFY_ABAP_TOKENS:

    CALL 'GET_PATTERN'
      ID 'MODE'      FIELD p_id_patt
      ID 'TIMESTAMP' FIELD l_timestamp.

It would mean I can't define easily my own pseudo comments...unless I hack the kernel:-))))

Any idea about this?

Thanks in advance,

Peter