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Import ESR content with eclipse development tool

Hi guys,

does anybody know how to import ESR content e.g. xxx.tpz file using eclipse for ESR. It is easy to use the old ESR webstart based tool but we would like to try to use the same function within eclipse. Or does this function still not exists in the eclipse variant?

Thanks,

Ly-Na

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2013 at 11:54 AM

    Hi Ly Na,

    Check below As Hareesh said::


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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2013 at 03:29 PM

    I havent really tried but as per the SAP documentation i see that

    Import from a File

    1. In the main menu, choose Start of the navigation path Process Integration Next navigation step Transport Next navigation step Import PI Objects End of the navigation path.
    2. In the Import from File dialog, select the .tpz file from the folder location.
    3. Choose Open

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw73ehp1/helpdata/en/db/125aab8cb74b25af3bb98857f1f1b4/content.htm

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    • Former Member Hareesh Gampa

      No we use PO java single stack. This function seem to work only with directory content. If you want to import/Export ESR content it is not possible. So we are looking to export/import ESR content within eclipse. To export/import directory content e.g. iflows... it is possible like the screen above.

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