SAP VERIFICATION-MESSAGE

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VERIFICATION-MESSAGE
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• VERIFICATION-MESSAGE ABAP_STATEMENT_INT


ABAP Syntax VERIFICATION-MESSAGE id mess

[PRIORITY prio]
[RESPONSIBLE user]
[MAIL mail]
[OBJECT type name].

ABAP Addition
1 ... PRIORITY prio
2 ... RESPONSIBLE user
3 ... MAIL mail
4 ... OBJECT type name

What does it do? This statement is only intended for use in verification programs of the transaction SVER. It sends a verification message to the verification API.

id is used to specify an ID for the message of up to six digits, and mess is used for the message itself.
• PRIORITY VERIFICATION-MESSAGE (internal)

ABAP Addition

What does it do? prio can be used to specify a priority (1: serious error, 2: error, 3: warning, 4: note, 5: information).



Latest notes:The constants intended for this purpose from the class
CL_VERI_GENERAL can also be specified for prio instead of literals.
• RESPONSIBLE VERIFICATION-MESSAGE (internal)

ABAP Addition

What does it do? user can be used to specify a user who receives the verification message by mail. If no user is specified, the author of the verification program is used.
• MAIL VERIFICATION-MESSAGE (internal)

ABAP Addition

What does it do? Obsolete: mail was previously used to specify a template for the verification message.
• OBJECT VERIFICATION-MESSAGE (internal)

ABAP Addition

What does it do? type and name can be used to specify an object from the database table TADIR to enable navigation from the log display.

If an entry from TADIR is specified using this addition, the verification message is sent to the person specified as responsible in the table TADIR, and not to the author of the verification program.

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