ABAP Test Cockpit (ATC) is a standard SAP tool for checking the quality of ABAP programs. ATC allows SAP customers to run static checks and ABAP Unit tests for their Z ABAP programs. It is possible to either install and run ATC locally in the systems of your development landscape, or alternatively install ATC centrally as a Hub and check the systems using Remote Code Analysis in ATC.

DevEnforcer: Check ABAP Test Cockpit results (0069) can be used to run ATC as part of an automated ActiveControl workflow – similar to our longstanding DevEnforcer analysers. The analyser will allow you to connect to a Target System, either:

(i) a Local Dev System: to run an ATC Check on the Transports highlighted in Active Control).
(ii) a Central ATC System: to look for the last running of a Central Series Run of ATC and compare the objects in AC Transports with the results from the ATC check and return the matching objects from the ATC results.


Parameter Description
ATCTARGET The NNNN target ID of the Target where ATC is configured. 
ATC_CHECK_TYPE Define whether you want to do a Central or Local Check.
ATC_PRIORITY Define what level of results you want to return in the Analyser output.
IGNORE_EXTERNAL_TRANSPORTS (optional) Only required if you want to exclude external transports in your analyser output results.

p(banner tip). More information – including screenshots – of Check ABAP Test Cockpit results (0069) can be found in this online Change Note.


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