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How to export iView,folder in buisness package ?

Hi,

I have developed some iViews (placed under folder 'A' in portal content) and configured a backend system in portal.

I want to export all these things(folder,iViews,backend system) in a business package.

Can please someone guide me how can I achieve this?

Regards,

Vikas Khandpur

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 09:59 AM

    Hello,

    you can use the export editor for this. Go to Package Export Editor (System Administration -> Transport -> Export). This will export your iviews, folder. Check out

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/dd/3755bfcbdd9d4baaa1f02eb038f0fa/content.htm

    As for the system they are not transported in the same way. The system object has to be created on the new server and given the same system alias it had on the current system.

    See: http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/e9/9bc93f92908032e10000000a11405a/content.htm (System Alias Behavior During Transport)

    Regard Jorgen

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    • Former Member Priya Ramamurthy

      Hi Priya,

      Thanks for reply.

      By following the steps as mentioned by you I was able to create a transport package and export that package also.

      My Transport package included the following things

      1. Two folders

      2. Two iViews

      3. one .par file

      However when I tried to import the above package by choosing the option

      'Source for package file - client' and then browsing where my .epa file was placed, I got the following error after clicking Upload button-

      'Error extracting the package file. Check the log file for details'

      What can be reason for this error?

      Where can I see the log files so that I can check error?

      Regards,

      Vikas Khandpur

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