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Unable to modify the form routine which is defined in implicit enhancement

Former Member
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HI Experts,

I am unable to change the form routine code. Please find my scenario below.

Implicit enhance ment has been created in include MV45AI0V_VBAP-VRKME_PRUEFEN

ENHANCEMENT 1 ZSD_RE_MENGEN_CHECK. "active version

  • Prüfung Mengenfelder

PERFORM zz_re_mengen_check.

ENDENHANCEMENT.

form routine is defined in include MV45AFZZ,

form zz_re_mengen_check.

--> *I want to change the logic here

endform zz_re_mengen_check.

could you please provide me steps to change the code.

thanks in advance,

Mallareddy

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former_member195402
Active Contributor
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Hi,

this form routine is defined in SAP standard customer exit include MV45AFZZ. You should be able to change it with

EDIT -> modification operations -> replace line area

if the assistant is active, or in normal edit mode (MV45AFZZ in SE80/SE38) if not.

Regards,

Klaus

Edited by: Klaus Babl on Mar 1, 2011 10:41 AM

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former_member195402
Active Contributor
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Hi,

this form routine is defined in SAP standard customer exit include MV45AFZZ. You should be able to change it with

EDIT -> modification operations -> replace line area

if the assistant is active, or in normal edit mode (MV45AFZZ in SE80/SE38) if not.

Regards,

Klaus

Edited by: Klaus Babl on Mar 1, 2011 10:41 AM

Former Member
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Hi,

Goto the ABAPEditor --> Provide the Program name > Shift+f4(enhance)>Enhancement Operations>Show Implicit Enhancement>than Doble click on your enhancement, it will be shown as in change mode.

You can add the code there.

Thanks

Arbind

Former Member
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Hello Experts,

Thank you for your response. Actually perform is in one implicit enhancement and form and end form is in another enhancement which I didn't check. Now my question has been answered.

Br,

Malla