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Go into a transaction skipping its selection screen

Once again SAPGui surprises me with yet another obscure shortcut I didn’t know about.

Let’s use the customer display transaction XD03 as an example:

  1. Go into the transaction’s selection screen with /NXD03
  2. Fill in the customer number an press ENTER to display its details
  3. Do whatever it is you want to do there and get out of it
  4. Suddenly… you remember that you needed to do something else there
  5. Instead of /NXD03 type /*XD03
  6. You’re now automagically inside the transaction, already looking at the details of the last displayed customer

It’s surprising that no one ever told me about this before.

I also tried it with FB03 and it works so it probably works with most of the normal transactions. Unfortunately, it doesn’t work with the ones I use the most: SE24, SE38 e SE11. What a pity.

Now go and tell everyone about this!

Thank you Sérgio Fraga for the tip.

Photo credit: Leonard J Matthews.

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2 comentários a “Go into a transaction skipping its selection screen”

  1. Custodio Diz:

    Me parece que /* funciona com transacoes onde a primeira tela eh seguida por “ENTER”. Nao eh o caso de SE24, SE11, SE38, onde o display seria “F7”. Mas funciona tambem com SE16.

  2. Nuno Godinho Diz:

    Ah, faz sentido Custódio. É bom saber que funciona na SE16. Vou passar a usar lá.

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