The application has set the parameterOWNER to SPACE when calling function module <object> _NUMBER_GET . All other application objects that point to the same address created where-used lists also without setting the owner indicator (see graphic). In this case, all application objects have the same authorizations.
The graphic shows a sample scenario of where-used lists for an address of type 1, 2 and 3 (address types 1 and 3 are grouped together).
For addresses of type 1 (type 3), you must create a where-used list inADRV ( ADRVP ). For a personal address (address type 2), you must create an entry both in ADRV and ADRVP . All application objects are identified through usage references.
Before the address can be deleted, all additional references must be deleted. Since usage references are the only references that exist, a usage reference is left. If an application wants to delete your usage reference but not the address, it normally uses the function modules <object>_REFERENCE_DELETE (see Function Modules for Deleting References).
If you as the user of this address want to delete the address, you have to proceed as follows: