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Local dummy functions named after remote RFC functions

I recently started working in a new customer and noticed something they do here which I really liked. Whenever they need to call a remote function module by RFC in another SAP system, they create a local function module with the same name and leave it empty, except for a comment explaining that it is a dummy function for that remote function call.

Thanks to this simple trick, one can use the where-used tool to find out where it is being called. It’s great.

Greetings from Abapinho.

Um comentário a “Local dummy functions named after remote RFC functions”

  1. Ruthiel Trevisan Diz:

    Faz-me lembrar o clássico:

    IF 1 = 2.
    MESSAGE e000(SAP).

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