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Accessing the inaccessible internal tables in User exits
By Aboli Kshirsagar, T-systems India
Sometimes we need to access internal tables, which are not
accessible directly inside a userexit. Such internal tables can be accessed in
the following way;
While debugging the user exit, we can check the active call
stack and look for the program in which the internal table is accessible.
For e.g. We can
confirm if the internal table ammerdat is accessible in the userexit “EXIT_SAPLMGMU_001”
in the following way:
(<Program name from call stack>)<Name of the
For eg. (SAPLMGMU) amerrdat
In our example, the internal table amerrdat is accessible
in the program “SAPLMGMU”.
We can now access the internal table amerrdat in the user
exit in the following way:
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