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Eclipse/ADT - Search for inactive objects of all users with Eclipse/ADT search help

Kai_Sicker
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How do I search for inactive objects with Eclipse search help?

I am aware of the SE80 solution but thought that the integrated ADT search help should be able to achieve this as well?

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Kai_Sicker
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Thanks to this blog post by armin.farmani.anosheh I found the real solution:

https://blogs.sap.com/2022/12/15/searching-development-objects-with-the-abap-object-search/

Use the object search with Property Filter: version: inactive

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jmodaal
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Hello,

Ctrl+Shift+F3 opens the mass activation dialog, containing the list of inactive objects.

Kind regards

Jan

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Thanks and sorry.
I realized that I forget to mention that I'm searching for a solution to find the objects for ALL users.
I changed the header accordingly.

jmodaal
Active Contributor

Hello,

I don't think that this is possible except iterating all users appearing in the dialog after pressing button "Change User".
However, if the information is necessary in one list inside eclipse (can not find a reason for this right now), you can open the SQL console in eclipse and execute

select * from DWINACTIV

Kind regards

Jan

Kai_Sicker
Participant

Thanks to this blog post by armin.farmani.anosheh I found the real solution:

https://blogs.sap.com/2022/12/15/searching-development-objects-with-the-abap-object-search/

Use the object search with Property Filter: version: inactive

jmodaal
Active Contributor

Hello,

nice to know! Obviously this option is available in newer systems only (not available to me in systems with SAP_BASIS 752 - available to me in system with SAP-BASIS 757).

Kind regards

Jan