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madan_ullasa
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hi,

i have a include name which belongs to a exit. But im not able to find the exit name having the include name. i used "where used" option in se38 with the include name. but i get a msg that its not found. But the includes exists.

points assured to all queries....

regards,

Madan....

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former_member181962
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go to se80 and give the program name you have.

You can see all the related objects in the left hand pane.

or

go to se38 using the include name, and press display.

then click on the Display Object List button ctrl+ shift + f5 on the appl tool bar.

Regards,

ravi

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Former Member
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guess u can find the details in MODSAP table

MODACT Modifications

MODACTT Repository Info System: View on MODACT and

MODATTR Attributes of Extension Projects

MODIDIR Directory of Objects Modified by Customers

MODMIXH Model Mix Header Data

MODMIXP Model Mix Items

MODSAP SAP Enhancements

MODSAPA Attributes SAP Extensions

MODSAPT SAP Enhancements - Short Texts

MODSAPVIEW Repository Info System: View on MODSAP and

MODTEXT Enhancement Projects - Short Texts

MODWRD Key words of changed DE

Cheers

VJ

Message was edited by: Vijayendra Rao

former_member181962
Active Contributor
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go to se80 and give the program name you have.

You can see all the related objects in the left hand pane.

or

go to se38 using the include name, and press display.

then click on the Display Object List button ctrl+ shift + f5 on the appl tool bar.

Regards,

ravi

christian_wohlfahrt
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Hi Madan!

Make an extended program check -> you can see the main program name.

Or just tell the include, maybe it's quite obvious to someone, were it belongs.

Also a break-point might help to trigger the debugger and have a look in the calling stack.

Regards,

Christian