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SY-UCOMM <> 'AB'.

Former Member
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Hi All,

SY-UCOMM = 'MESAVE'

This statement is when the 'SAVE' icon is pressed.

SY-UCOMM = 'MECHECKDOC'

This statement is when the 'CHECK' icon is pressed.

SY-UCOMM <> 'AB'

In this statement 'AB' stands for? at what condition this is used.

This is used in one of the Screen Exit for PO.

Points assured.

Regards,

Suresh

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Former Member
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Hi

what evr the action you define for that AB that will be for that SY-UCOMM

actuvally MESAVE and MECHECKDOC you can define your won work in that also

these values are called FUNCTION CODES

when ever user clicks on any button the corresponding FUNCTION CODE will triggers and what ever the action we define under that that wil trigger that action

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Hi Naresh,

If I am not wrong, This should be defined some where in the program. Where it should be.

Regards,

Suresh

former_member200338
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Hi,

Go the PF status of the program. You can find all the OK Codes.

Regards,

Niyaz

Former Member
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hi,,

I dont think so its a predefined SY-UCOMM value.. Just it should be defined somewhere in ur program itself.. if u use a PF-STATUS for ur program, just see whether any Function codes u attach with.. U may be assign a Function code with a value 'AB' like F2 for Picking a value.....

u check 'SET pf-status' command in ur program if u use standard program