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RSXPRAUP SAP ABAP Report - Set and Reset Flags for Execution of XPRA

RSXPRAUP is a standard Executable ABAP Report available within your SAP system (depending on your version and release level). Below is the standard documentation available for this report and a few details of other objects it interacts with such as tables, function modules, includes etc. If you would like to see the full code listing simply enter RSXPRAUP into the relevant SAP transaction such as SE38 or SE80

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ABAP code:

Includes used within report:

No INCLUDES are used within this report code!

Tables used within report and the associated select statement:

No SAP database TABLES are accessed within this report code!

Function Modules used within report and the associated call statement:

No SAP FUNCTION MODULES are executed within this report code!

Text pool values

Selection Text: XPRA = Name of XPRA report
Selection Text: EXE = Execute XPRA again (Y/N)
Selection Text: COMFILE = Name of request
Title: Set and Reset Flags for Execution of XPRA
Text Symbol: 005 = Only execute the program as user DDIC
Text Symbol: 004 = Entry changed: XPRA is no longer being executed
Text Symbol: 003 = Entry changed: XPRA is being executed again
Text Symbol: 002 = does not exist. No action.
Text Symbol: 001 = Request