If a user exit is to be implemented, simply copy the sample function module which has a naming standard of /BTI/TE_EXIT_SAMPLE_XXXX (where XXXX = 4 digit user exit number) into the customer name space. This copies across the signature of the function module (Importing, Exporting, Changing, Tables and Exception parameters).
The copied function module should then be implemented to the client’s requirement.
Once implemented, an entry must be added to table /BTI/TE_EXITC. Note that a corresponding entry may also need to be added to /BTI/TE_EXIT if it does not already exist and has been shipped. The entry in /BTI/TE_EXITC requires:
|This is the User Exit identifier such as 0010, 0020, etc.
|This is just the sequence number, starting from 01. However, if the user-exit allows multiple exits to be defined, then this can be incremented for each implemented user-exit (i.e. 01, 02, 03, etc).
|The function module name defined in the customer namespace (e.g. ZABC_TE_EXIT_0010).
Please note the that the following can have impacts across Transport Expresso and should be avoided:
(i) A non active exit added to table /BTI/TE_EXITC.
(ii) A non active exit created in a Function Group which has an existing FM in use.