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Transporting BPS Variable

I have an existing Planning Area with multiple Planing Levels. I had to add a level that also required a variable be added to the Planning Area. It all works fine in my development system.

The problem I am having is getting this transported. In BPS0, when I create a transport, I select my Planning Area and then specifically select the new level. When the transport is created and I look in SE10, the variable is not captured in the transport.

If I create a transport and only select the Planning Area without a specific Planning Level, it will capture the variable in the transport, but also collects every Planning Level tied to that Area.

Is there a way to just select the Planning Area and be specific with the Planning Levels it chooses, and still pick up the new variable?

Thanks,

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 08:33 PM

    Keith,

    Best bet would be transporting jus the variable 1st & then transport level.

    take a look at this report to transport individual planning object UPC_TRANSPORT_BPS_ALL

    hope it helps.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 08:32 AM

    Hi

    I am facing a problem that whenever I transport BPS objects everything comes in ,but the formula written in Excel Sheet doesnot gets transported .

    I have tried doing 2-3 times but problem still exists ...can someone help me

    Regards

    Tom

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