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Transport of Planning Objects

Hello,

I think I did a very stupid mistake and would like to get advice how to correct it...

By transaction BPS0 (Transport of Planning Objects) I selected my planning area XYZ with all planning levels. However I also switched on the flag for Global PLanning Sequences and Planning Profile without to specify them.

After the transport to the Target System I'm missing my planning area XYZ but I do have a lot of SAP standard planning folders such as "Accrued Costs (CRM)" 4UCCRM08 and also a lot of PLanning Profiles and Global Planning Sequences, which were not active in Development system.

First of all I would like to know how to get rid of the not wanted SAP standard planning folders such as "Accrued Costs (CRM)" 4UCCRM08 in Qualitysystem

Secondary I would like to get a tip why my specified Planning Area XYZ is missing.

I would be very happy for any help.

Thanks

Robert

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 01:30 PM

    Hi,

    Delete the unwanted BPS-object in your target system.

    Recollect the BPS-objects from source and retransport them.

    You can use program: UPC_TRANSPORT_BPS_ALL.

    Best Regards,

    Suan Liono

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      Hi,

      My name is not Susan, but Suan.

      You can assign the planning area to dummy cube and the delete the planning area including all objects below.

      For seqs.:

      I've debuged the delete g.seq and found these tables:

      upf_bundle

      upf_bundlet

      upf_bsteps

      You can delete your G.Seqs by deleting the entries in those tables. Create a FM for deleting all in once.

      Nevertheless, I would not suggest you to use this way. Better to delete them one by. I know it is painfull but it is safer.

      Best Regards,

      Suan Liono

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