With leave(), you can stop a process execution in a script.
The leave() command is actually a custom function, but behaves like a standard WS command. It is used to stop a process flow in a script. When a script execution stops, the process stops at the screen that is active at that instant.
The leave() command does not take any options.
Open the VA01 script file and add the following code.
onscreen 'SAPMV45a.0101' enter(); leave(); onscreen 'SAPMV45A.4001' println("-=-----Inside SAPMV45A.4001----"); enter();
Press Enter to initiate the script.
The leave command stops the script before the VA01 screen appears.
Verify that you do not see the VA01 Overview screen and also verify that the println statement does not display in the console.