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I would like to search the code of all programs in the system. Is there any transaction code that I can use for that?

asked 05 Sep '09, 16:56

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You can use report RPR_ABAP_SOURCE_SCAN. If this report is not available try report RSRSCAN1.

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answered 05 Sep '09, 17:02

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Try transaction EWK1

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answered 29 Oct '11, 20:49

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Cool tip. Thanks.

(30 Oct '11, 07:21) pedrolima ♦♦

This is what I use to search programs. Usually with the Z* addition to get custom programs only

(03 Sep '12, 15:10) Fawcs

RSRSCAN1 will crash. You may create your own ABAP : get programs from TRDIR, read report and loop at abap code table searching for specified string.

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answered 03 Feb '12, 06:58

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You can try also transaction CODE_SCANNER in case the reports are not available.

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answered 05 Aug '14, 08:46

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Report AFX_CODE_SCANNER. This search requires at least one package name

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answered 22 Oct '14, 17:23

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