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Calling Processing Blocks

In every processing block of an ABAP program, processing blocks of the same program can be called (using internal calls) or processing blocks of other ABAP programs can be called (using external calls) .

  • Event handlers can be called indirectly by raising events from the same class in methods. This provides the interface of the event handler. A prerequisite for the execution of an event handler is its registration.
  • Event blocks can be called indirectly by raising events in the runtime environment explicitly.

The statement MODULE is used to call dialog modules in the processing blocks of the dynpro flow logic, however, and not in processing blocks of an ABAP program.

Other versions: 7.31 | 7.40 | 7.54


Calling Procedures

Call Event Handler

Call Event Blocks