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Unable to view the details of BAdi method

Guys,

Using SE18, I was able to view the different methods inside a particular BAdi. I had double clikced on a Method name and was able to view method parameters. However, I am not able to view the details of this method by double clikcing on it.Can I go much deeper at this level and just view the code with out an access code ?

IV_PAREAID		Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_PAREAID
IV_INFOPROV		Importing	Type	RSINFOPROV
IV_VERSIOID_TO		Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/VRSIOID
IV_KEYFIGURE_FR		Importing	Type	RSDIOBJNM
IV_RELEASE_TYP		Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/MSDP_RELEASE_TYP
IT_FREE_CHARVALUES	Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_SEL_OBJECT_TAB
IT_TAB			Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_TAB_EXT_TAB
IT_COLS			Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_COLS_EXT_TAB
IT_LINES		Importing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_LINES_EXT_TAB
ET_MSG_TAB		Exporting	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_BAL_MSG_TAB
CT_MATLOC_TAB_DETAIL	Changing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_MATLOC_TAB_TAB
CT_PLOB_VALUES		Changing	Type	/SAPAPO/TS_PLOB_VALUES_TAB
CV_CHANGE_SPLIT		Changing	Type	FLAG

Further, what does the prefix IV, IT, ET, CT, CV stand for and whats their significance ?

Thanks

Former Member
Former Member replied

Its just a naming convention :

Subcomponent name

Name of a subcomponent of an object type, that is, a parameter or an

exception. The name can consist of alphanumeric characters and the

special characters underscore (_) and forward slash (/).

The name may only contain uppercase letters. The Class Builder

automatically converts lowercase letters into uppercase. However, if you

use the Class Library API to insert a name, there is no automatic

conversion, and an error occurs.

Yes you can define internal table in Method and its same has writing a program in SE30 like can call function module etc in method.

You can debug BAPI method by entering into mehtod and type /h (where you write transaction code ) and enter , it will take you to debug mode.

Manish

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