User Exits In SAP SD

Gaurav Gaurav
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A user exit is a place in a software program where a customer can arrange for their own tailor-made program to be called. In R/3, some user exits use Include statements to include customer program enhancements that are called from the program.
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Gaurav Gaurav
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Jun 18, 2017
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24
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9781540143907
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English
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Computers / Enterprise Applications / Business Intelligence Tools
Computers / Enterprise Applications / General
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