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Financial Statement Version:Transport QAS ->DEV

Dear Experts,

In SAP DEV system I deleted, by mistake, with the transaction OB58 a Financial Statement Version. Now I would like to transport it from the QAS System to DEV System. How should I do?

Best regards,

Mio

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2013 at 12:21 PM

    Mio,

    you have to ask your Basis to enable QAS to generate requests for transport order, and open for customizing. Then you can go to OB58 and save your entry in one request.

    After that your BASIS have to crate a transport route from QAS to DEV and you will have your maintainment.

    There is a big chance you be no succeed in this requirements due security policies.

    If you need to recreate FSV manually use below table to have a structure template

    FAGL_011ZC

    FSV Structure deb/cre

    FAGL_011QT

    FSV header

    FAGL_011PC

    FSV item


    regards

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      Hi Mio,

      Please contact to your basis guys and choose one of the solution below :

      1. Create Transport route from QAS to DEV

      2. Use export Import TR (Transport Request) or manually transport from QAS to DEV

      Try it, and i hope it work

      Thanks

      Wisnu

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2013 at 07:44 AM

    Hello Mio,

    Your basis team has to make changes for client settings in SCC4 in order to record configuraiton changes. Once it is done please create transport request and move where ever you need.

    Kind Regards,

    Prasad

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