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As stated earlier, the repository browser is the main navigation tool for the development environment which centralizes the organization and management of the development objects grouped by development class. It also can display specific objects or related groups of objects by other criteria. To display the initial screen of the repository browser, from the initial ABAP workbench screen, click on the Repository Browser button or, alternatively, select Overview Repository Browser from the menu bar, or enter transaction code SE80 in the command field. Figure 7 6 shows the initial repository browser screen.
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Figure 7 6: Initial screen for the repository browser workbench tool. On this initial screen, the system presents two options boxes where you can decide whether to work with an object list or with single objects. In the first case, you can navigate through a list of related objects, while in the second case, you must choose the specific object with which you want to work.
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When working with object lists, you can decide to enter the development class for which you want to display the object list. Click on the radio button next to Development Class and enter the name of the development class or click on the possible entries arrow to list and select one. Next, click on the Display function button. Figure 7 7 displays the resulting screen for development class FB0C.
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Figure 7 7: Display of development class objects from the repository browser. As you can see, the system presents the object list in a folder structure with + and signs to indicate whether the folder contains additional elements or it's the last in the hierarchy. To use those folders for navigation, just position the cursor over the folder sign and click on it, or you can double click on the name of the object, which has the same effect. There are also other elements in the list, such as the collection nodes, which correspond to the development class object types. Upon double clicking on them, the system displays a screen for creating or maintaining additional development objects under the development class. If you create an object of a type which did not exist previously in the display, the system additionally creates a folder for it. At the last level of a hierarchy, you can see the objects themselves. By double clicking on an object name, the associated workbench tool is triggered. By double clicking on program names, an additional screen where you can specify other object types is displayed.
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Navigating the system using single objects can be useful when users work for several days in the development object (normally longer duty tasks such as big programs or function modules). In this case, select the radio button next to the object type and click on the Edit button. For example, Fig. 7 8 shows the resulting screen when a dictionary object is selected and the user clicks on Edit. On this screen, you can enter a previously created dictionary object to modify, or you can create a new one. In fact, the options available on the screen include most functions you could perform when in the corresponding workbench tool, in this case, the dictionary.
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Figure 7 8: Managing dictionary objects from the repository browser.
Maintaining Development Objects from the Repository Browser
As mentioned earlier, you can create and maintain development objects from the corresponding workbench tools: ABAP programs from the ABAP editor, screen layouts from the screen painter, tables from the data dictionary, and so on but you can also do it from the repository browser. To create an object of a particular type from the repository browser, you should first have a folder containing that type of object. If there are no folders for that type of development object, then, from the Object list display screen, double click on the collection node. The system shows a dialog box requesting the object type to create. Select the type of object and the name and click on the Create icon. When creating the object, the system goes to the corresponding workbench tool. When you are finished, the system also will have created a folder for that object type. To modify an object, you have two options. The first is to select the object from the repository browser list and then click on the Change icon on the application toolbar. The second way is to double click over the object, which will automatically trigger the associated application and the corresponding screen for editing that type of object in display mode. Once on this screen, you will normally see the icon for switching between display and change modes. From the repository browser, you can also copy objects by selecting them from a folder and clicking on the Copy icon. Then you have to give a new name to the new object in the dialog box shown on the screen. If the copied development object has subcomponents, the system displays the additional dialog boxes for selecting which components you want to copy. Once the components of an object are selected, click on the Copy icon again to perform the copy. Note that the system does not allow folders to be copied, but allows several objects to be copied at the same time. To copy several objects, you have to select those objects, and upon clicking on the Copy icon, the system guides you to all the needed screens for performing the copy. To select objects from a list, position the cursor over the object and select Edit Selection Sel./desel. Sub tree from the menu or click on the icon Sel./desel. Sub tree on the application toolbar or select the function key using the right mouse button.
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