SAP ABAP IMG Activity RMS_RCP_PREF_CHECK (BAdI: Checking the Preference Indicator of a Recipe)
EA-APPL (Software Component) SAP Enterprise Extension PLM, SCM, Financials
   PLM-RM-REC (Application Component) Recipe
     RMSRCPCST (Package) RMS-RCP: Customizing Recipe
IMG Activity
ID RMS_RCP_PREF_CHECK BAdI: Checking the Preference Indicator of a Recipe  
Transaction Code S_XBK_47000023   (empty) 
Created on 20030805    
Customizing Attributes RMS_RCP_PREF_CHECK   BAdI: Checking the Preference Indicator of a Recipe 
Customizing Activity RMS_RCP_PREF_CHECK   BAdI: Checking the Preference Indicator of a Recipe 
Document Class SIMG   Hypertext: Object Class - Class to which a document belongs.
Document Name RCP_PREF_RCP_CHECK    


This Business Add-In (BAdI) is used in the Recipe Management (PLM-RM) component.

You use this BAdI to define your own checks that the system runs when you set a recipe as the preferred recipe.

Standard settings

The inactive implementation IMPL_PREF_RCP_CHECK is supplied with the system. This allows the Preferred Recipe indicator to be set only if the Consistent indicator has also been set for the recipe. The BAdI is not filter-dependent and not for multiple usage.


After you call the IMG activity, the system displays a dialog box where you enter a name for the implementation.

If implementations of this Business Add-In have already been created, the system displays them in a dialog box. You then choose one of them by choosing Create, and continue as follows:

  1. In the dialog box, enter a name for the implementation of the Add-In and choose Create.
    The system displays the initial screen for creating Business Add-In implementations.
  2. On this screen, enter a short description for your implementation in the Implementation Short Text field.
  3. If you choose the Interface tab, you will notice that the system has populated the Name of the Implementing Class field automatically, by assigning a class name based on the name of your implementation.
  4. Save your entries and assign the Add-In to a package.
  5. To edit a method, double-click its name.
  6. Enter your implementation code between the method <Interface Name>~<Name of Method>. and endmethod. statements.
  7. Save and activate your code. Navigate back to the Change Implementation screen.
    Note: You can also create an implementation for an Add-In and not activate it until later. If you want to do this, do not perform the following step:
  8. Choose Activate.
    When the application program is executed, the code you created is run through.

Business Attributes
ASAP Roadmap ID 257   Create User Exits 
Mandatory / Optional 2   Optional activity 
Critical / Non-Critical 2   Non-critical 
Country-Dependency A   Valid for all countries 
Maintenance Objects
Maintenance object type E   Business Add-In - Definition 
Last changed by/on SAP  20031015 
SAP Release Created in 220