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Figure 7 17: Getting help dialog box.
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Often, long programs include source code from other programs. For example, when having common data or variable definitions for a group of common programs, developers create a source code program including just those definitions. Then developers do not have to rewrite that code it's enough to include it from other programs which make use of it. The same procedure applies when creating functions or subroutines. This is common practice in many programming languages, as is use of the .INCLUDE keyword. Expanding Includes When using INCLUDE programs within your programs, you can automatically expand the contents of the included program just by double clicking on the INCLUDE line. In this case, you can edit the include program. You can also display the contents of the include programs by selecting the Edit Additional functions Expand INCLUDE option from the source code editor menu. Using this option, if you want to make changes to the include program and then save them, you have to select Edit Additional functions Save INCLUDE. Main Programs If you are editing a program which is used in other programs (included), from the editing session you can look up what programs make reference (INCLUDE) to it. To display these programs, select Utilities Main programs. The system displays a list of programs that use that particular INCLUDE. Figure 7 18 shows an example of finding the programs which use the BDCSTAUD program (the source code). This is quite useful for knowing what effects a modification in an INCLUDE might have in other programs.
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Figure 7 18: Displaying the program list using an include.
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The ABAP editor assists users in navigating across program source code in a similar way as the repository browser, and also aids in displaying the hierarchy of the program in order to visualize and move parts of the program. This can be achieved with: Markers. Allows you to maintain the history of your navigation across code objects. Implicit markers are maintained automatically in the ABAP editor. You can also add your own explicit markers by placing the cursor on a line and choosing Mark line. Markers only apply within your current R/3 session. To display the current list of markers, choose Goto Markers from the Editor menu. Navigation stack. Allows you to maintain tracking of the navigation across code objects. To display the navigation stack, choose Goto Stack. Users can move to any point on the stack by double clicking on an item in the stack. 220
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Downloading and Uploading Source Code Structure hierarchy. The structure hierarchy displays the structures in programs. To display the structure hierarchy, choose Utilities Structure hierarchy. Figure 7 19 shows the ABAP editor display hierarchy of program RSEPSFTP.
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Figure 7 19: Example of structure hierarchy.
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From the source code editor, you can upload and download program source code from and to your local workstation. These functions are available from the Utilities menu, by selecting either Upload or Download. The system displays a dialog box for entering the path to your local workstation file. Normally, you should use the ASCII code for performing these functions.
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The ABAP code editor includes some special features which work when you double click on different elements of the editing screen. For example, when you double click: On a line, the system positions that line as the first line on the screen. This is similar to scrolling through the editor until that line is the first one. On an object name, the system displays the object definition, if it exists, or allows you to directly define it. On a statement keyword, the editor positions the cursor over the end statement keyword if it exists, and vice versa. For more information about editing and special features, please look in the SAP online documentation.
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