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SE24 Double-Click to create a new component not working:

Hello everyone,

I have attempted to peruse all the questions pertaining to this subject and coming up empty.

Of course the new SCN website doesn't exactly make it easy for anyone to find anyone.

I am on ECC 6.0 Service Pack 2. At this location I am at, when I am SE24, I can

put in code a global variable name I want to add data to. Then double-click

on the component and it will bring up the dialog to create a table, method, constant,

or any other variable without leaving the code. Normally that is how it works everywhere except where I am at

now.

Is there a setting to turn on that functionality in development settings? I cannot seem to locate it.

Thanks for your help on this.

Steve Hardeman

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2012 at 08:26 PM

    Hi Steve,

    So when you type - say lv_variable on your editor and double click on it - Do you get the below pop-up message with options to click yes or no or cancel?

    "Class Attribute lv_variable does not exist. Create Object?"

    Regards,

    Shravan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Steve,

      Just wanted to check this? Is the class an original object created in your system. Also do you have the problem if you create a fresh class and try it while implementing a new method? Let me know.

      Regards,

      Shravan

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