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How do you attach a newly modified SAP query to a transport number?

Hi:

I modified a SAP query and attempted to transport it for tests, but unable to do so.

This modified query is still in the development server. The name of the program is AQQHRABC=====DE_REPORT.

What are the correct procedures to attach a modified query to a transport number in order to move it into a test server? Please help.

Thank you.

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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 05:30 AM
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      thank you, shaik.

      I followed the instructions from that linked document, but there is no "Import" or "export" option in SAP Query: Transport toll.

      the query i try to transport is not new, just modified.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 05:31 AM
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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 06:01 AM

    Hi,

    About transporting queries, first you should know what area queries do you want to transport. global area or standard area.

    1. Query from the standard area (client-specific)

    These queries are transported in three steps with the aid of a
    special transport utility('Environment -> Transports' function on
    the initial screen of Transaction SQ02).

    a) Generate a transport dataset in the source system (export, during
    which a transport request is created for the transport dataset)

    b) Transport the transport dataset with the help of the Workbench
    organizer

    c) Transfer the transport dataset to a client of the destination
    system (import)

    2. Query from the global area (cross-client)

    Queries in global area can be transported by manually writing the corresponding entries into a transport request.

    R3TR AQQV <Reportname of the Query>

    You will find the name of the generated query report via the 'Goto
    Other functions -> Display report name' function on the initial
    screen of transaction SQ01.

    Best regards

    Ruby.

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 06:21 AM

    Hi Caroline,

    1 : Collect your ABAP Query Name using "SQVI" T-code .

    2: Open one more session , for T-code SE03 and Click on "Change Object Directory Entry"

    3 : Clieck on "Object Directory Entry" ( Ctrl+F1)

    4: Enter Program ID : R3TR ,Object Type : 'AQQU'(ABAP Query: Query) , Query Name : YTEST and Select Check Box.

    5: After Click on Create button then fill package name and request id .

    6: Enter Request ID .

    7: Now Check in SE10 T-code with Respective Request ID your custom object is assigned or not .

    Note : You have SE03 and SE10 T-code Access otherwise take help from Basis team and follow above steps.

    Regard's

    Smruti


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  • Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 06:24 AM

    Did you search at help.sap.com ?

    Regards,

    Raymond

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