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Former Member
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Hi ,

I have a include it is used by some program but i don't know that particular program name please some one help me to find out.

Thanks,

GAL

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Former Member
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Hi,

type the name of the include in SE38 and then go for where used list button in the toolbar which is next to execute button .

it will give you where all the include is being used.

Thanks,

sarvesh

Former Member
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On se38, input the name on the program you include. Then DISPLAY. on the toolbar go to Utilities->Display Object List. the you will see the parent program.

Regards,

Mon Magallanes

Former Member
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Hi..

Another Option..

In SE38 give ur Include name and press delete.

If the include is used in any PGM System will Prompt that Include already in use.

Thanks

Praveen

Former Member
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Hi,

U can write include name in SE38 and by clicking on where used lst u can find out or go to display mode by writing include name in SE38 and then click on display object list (Ctrl + Shift + F5) to see hierarchy.

Let me further.

Cheers,

Parth Parikh

former_member632729
Contributor
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Hi Dude,

You can find out the program name for an include... by using the process called "where_use_List" .

1. goto -> se38.

2. pass the include name and at application tool bar u find the where use list ( three arrows ->).

3. it will popup the small window , check the program checkbox and press enter.

you will be finding all the program .

Former Member
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Hi,

Just goto SE38 transaction..

Enter any program name or enter the program to call the includes

When u get into the program,

Press CtrShiftF5(click the second button from execute button),

U will get a sepetare window and

There u can see the INLCUDE folder.

when u click on include folder,it will display the list of your include programs..

and slect the include program u want..

Regards

Kiran

Edited by: Kiran Saka on Feb 10, 2009 5:28 AM

Former Member
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Hi Gal,

type the name of the include in SE38 and then go for where used list button in the toolbar which is next to execute button .

it will give you where all the include is being used.

Regards

Rajendra

Former Member
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Hi Gal

In transaction SE38 you have the option of WHERE_USED_LIST.

Write the name of the include in the input field and press the where used list (Ctrl+Shift_F3).

This will give you a new window where you can select the search area,like in Program,Class,

BSP applications etc.

for your requirment select Progral and execute.

you will get all the programs in which this include has been used.

Try this.

This will solve your problem.

Regards

Hareesh Menon

Former Member
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Hi ,

Go SE38 and give the include name . Then click on the Button Where used list in the application Tool bar.This gives the entire list of objects where this include is used.And from the list you can find the Program.

Regards,

Radhika.

Former Member
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Hi,

give the include name in se38 ,after going to the program in the application bar where uset list its look like arrows , through we will find the program name.

Regards,

Madhu

Former Member
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Hello Gal,

To know where exactly a program or include has been used,

call transaction SE38: Mention the name of the program: view it

[https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/download/attachments/1710/1.PNG]

You get a window as below:

[https://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/download/attachments/1710/12.png]

select programs to check, where it was used.

Hope it helps you.

Thanks: Zahackson

Former Member
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In SE38 give ur Include name and press delete.

If the include is used in any PGM System will Prompt that Include already in use.

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I have another one!

Go to SE16, enter "D010INC", press enter, enter INCLUDE as desired, press F8.

Thomas

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>

> I have another one!

> Thomas

So, now we have 2 unique answers in this thread huh?

pk

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I can see three trends so far:

- SE38 where-used-list

- SE38 display object list (well...)

- SE38 delete (oops...)

I think we need more votes for a fundamental decision!