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Solution not possible through User Exit or BADI ?

Hi,

I tried all the methods for finding user exit or BADI for the particular event of given transaction. But all the user exit and BADI's I found are not suitable for my requirement.

So what is the solution now ?

My lead asked me to see for business transaction event.

I am completely new to this. Can anyone help me out as what it is and how to implement it.

Regards,

Tushar.

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 09:48 PM

    Hi Tushar,

    Why are the userexits and Badi's not suitable?

    If its a case of not having access to all the data, check out my <a href="/people/brad.williams/blog/2005/04/25/userexits--how-do-i-access-inaccessible-data">blog</a>.

    If its a matter of timing, then check out the PERFORM ... On COMMIT <a href="populate-long-text-in-transaction-qm01">example</a>.

    If you are still stuck then post your example, I'm sure there is a way to solve your problem.

    Cheers,

    Brad

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      Hi Tushar,

      Thats great information, but unfortunately I don't know this transaction at all.

      I checked it out quickly, but I think it would take me some time (which I dont have 😔 )to figure out if what you are trying to do is possible.

      Anyone else?

      Brad

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 10:32 PM

    Tushar,

    There are also BTE's (Business Transaction Events) which you can use that might work for your particular issue.

    BTE's are a type of user exit hook. Tx FINF has a list of available BTE's in your SAP system.

    Cheers,

    Scott

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