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