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Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma

Method to find Exits and BAdis:

Before I contribute another blog on SCN, i would like to thank SCN for new features, feel and gamification rules which inspires to contribute in different ways on SCN as compare to pervious replying in discussion forums. So in continuation to my previous one I would like to write about finding User exits, BAdis, Views, Seach helps in an easier way.

In addition to Jeevan .S program method to find exits and BAdis for any Transaction code or Program The following can be another method without writing the program, although this method i have learnt from SDN and hope many of the fellow members know this.

Suppose we want to find user exit and BAdis for T code CO01 then go to menu bar select status

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Now copy the program name program (GUI) :

Then go to SE38 with this program and paste the program name of the Transaction code or if  we  already have program name  then we can directly go to this step and select radio button ATTRIBUTES and click on display:

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Now following pop up will come then copy the Package from it:

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Then Go to SE15 and click on enhancements   and select whether we  want to search BAdi or Exit, select enhancement:

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After selecting enhancements below screen will appear in which enter  the package which we  have copied from above program from attributes as package field

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And execute it. It will give you all the enhancements for package CO/ or desired input, like below screen:

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In the same way we can find the BAdis, Search helps for fields, Views, Data base tables and  Function Modules which we require from time to time.Hope this blog will help functional guys in fulfilling  the  additional requirements by clients by using of standard enhancements.

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      Author's profile photo Alok Kumar Tiwari
      Alok Kumar Tiwari

      Hi,

      Nice Document.

      Regards,

      Alok Tiwari

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
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      Thanks a lot Alok,

      Regards,

      Anupam Sharma

      Author's profile photo shailesh kurdukar
      shailesh kurdukar

      Hi,

      Very helpful document. Keep it up...

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
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      Thanks Shaliesh,

      Regards,

      Anupam Sharma

      Author's profile photo GYAN R
      GYAN R

      Hi Anupam,

      Nice document.

      Regards,

      Gyan

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      Former Member

      Hi Anupam,

      Useful for functional & Technical consultants to find out..

      Regards

      Krishna Kant Sharma

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
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      Thanks Gyan and Krishna kant,

      Regards,

      Anupam Sharma

      Author's profile photo K.Arun Prabhu
      K.Arun Prabhu

      Thanks a lot Anupam Sharma for this document.

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      Former Member

      Nice Document Anupam... Thanks for sharing...

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
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      Thanks Uma Shankar and Arun,

      Regards,

      Anupam Sharma

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      Former Member

      Hi Anupam,

      Very useful document..

      Regards,

      Puri

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      Former Member

      Excellent Document....

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Nice blog..its very helpful for all.

      Regards,

      Gurunath

      Author's profile photo Sankar AK
      Sankar AK

      Hi Anupam Sharma,

                   Very good and useful document. Learned one new thing. Thanks for your contribution in SCN.

      Thanks

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Tnx a ton for the document ... Learnt new thing ...

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Vry helpfull document

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thanks anupam sharma,

      nice document to follow the blindly for standard transections.

      Author's profile photo Marcelo Pacheco
      Marcelo Pacheco

      Thanksfor sharing this document. Another option I would mention is to run the standard report SNIF in SE38.

      Regards,

      Marcelo

      Author's profile photo Caetano Almeida
      Caetano Almeida

      Thanks for sharing this information,

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
      Blog Post Author

      Hi Marcelo,

      I have checked SNIF report it is  for implemented or Active Enhancements.

      Regards,

      Anupam Sharma

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Anupam,

      Good document. Thanks for sharing.

      Regards.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Very Informative...Many Thanks.

      Best Regards,

      Naresh K.

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Yasir and Naresh,

      Author's profile photo Gaurav Chopra
      Gaurav Chopra

      This is called coincidence. I was currently struggling to find a way to search for BADIs and enhancements.

      With your blog, i am feeling like it was always there in front of me..Just have to try other options... Attributes.. Never thought this was the key... 😛

      Thanks Mate.

      gC

      Author's profile photo Anupam Sharma
      Anupam Sharma
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks Gaurav

      Author's profile photo Rammohan Shenoy
      Rammohan Shenoy

      Thanks Anupam. very useful tip & document for functional folks