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Packaging through SAP AAK Tool


I am a newbie working with AAK Tool.

We need to develop an AddOn Insatallation(AOI) package through the same.

For the above objective we worked with ECD System(Clnt 100) as Development System and used ECD System(Clnt 200) as the Consolidation System.Are we correct with the above landscape?

We made the delivery in CLNT 200 and have the package ready for Transport.However ,the namespace Transport Request is not made a part of the Change Piece List.Do we need to add it before deploying the package or it can be done without it?

Moreover while checking the the namespace details in ECD(100) I've found that repair liscence key is not maintained.Is it mandatory to maintain it because when i tried creating the delivery by adding the namespace TR in the change piece list it displayed a liscence key warning and the package creation was stopped.So I recreated the package with the namespace TR removed.

Need to deploy it ASAP.Any help would be deeply appreciated.Reply awaited.



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    Posted on Dec 09, 2014 at 05:53 AM

    Hello Vinod,

    Are you an AAK packaging expert ? I need some help in AAK packaging. can you please share your contact details ?

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