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Normally if we see a message in SAPGUI and we can just double click the message icon to get its technical detail like message id and number displayed.

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However in some case the icon is not available for click, for example below, there is a popup window displayed and you could not double click the icon. If you close the popup, the message disappears as well.

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In this case, use tcode SE84 to launch repository information system, specify Short Description with value: *cannot be used as proxy object

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Then you get answer: message id DDLS, value 444.

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Or if you already know that the table T100 stores message text, you can directly query on table T100 to get the same result.

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  1. Peter Inotai

    Another option is to set a breakpoint at MESSAGE statement and/or create a sapgui shortcut for /h and simple drag and drop it to the popup.

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  2. Suhas Saha

    I use this option, but for another purpose. Before defining a message, i check in the Repository Info Syst if someone has already defined it.

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    Seriously SAP 😡

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    1. Peter Inotai

      Sometimes the long texts are different. In this case I didn’t check, but since they are the same group I have doubts, that they are different.

      Maybe someone was paid by the number of created messages? 😉

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