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Replaced SAP Code behaviour by Update or Node correction?

Former Member
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Hi All,

I want to replace my own Code for a SAP standard code in a Function Module .

Can I do that without any side effects?

I am thinking of SAP Updates or Node Fixes?

Best Regards

Ali

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Former Member
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Hi Ali,

you can modify a SAP Standard Program only if SAP has given any provision to modify. Through Enhancement you can add your code with out any effort to Funcionality.

Regards,

Sathish

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Former Member
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Hi Ali,

you can modify a SAP Standard Program only if SAP has given any provision to modify. Through Enhancement you can add your code with out any effort to Funcionality.

Regards,

Sathish

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Hi Sathish,

I knew that already. My Question is not how to do it, it's more has it side effects in the future?

Regards

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You modified a standard SAP function module with your own code, and now you want to replace your own coding with the new SAP code? Am I right?

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Hi Micky,

I did not replace any code untill now.

What I'm afraid of is, when I make the change and for example 1 year later a new SAP Update for that changed function module is realesed and carried out.

Will then my code be deleted?

matt
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When you make a change to a standard SAP object, a repair flag is set. This flag tells the processing for upgrade and patches, that the object needs special care. Also, if you use the modification assistant, and make your changes carefully enough, you should be able to adapt to any new releases/fixes that sap put in.

Your code will NOT be deleted without you being aware.

matt

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Hi Ali,

You can do with Enhancement Framework, pls read the document given by the SAP in Wiki.

Regards,

Sathish

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At upgrade time or when patches are applied, your code may be overlain with new SAP code, but you will see this when you run transaction SPAU (which is a normal part of applying patches/upgrading).

Rob

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Thanks guys that is excatly what I wanted to know.