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Transport Data Slices and Characteristic Relationships


Hi,

when i try to transport one of the objects PLDS or PLCR by the transport connection, both Objects PLDS and PLCR are collected.

We updaded our system to 7.3 a few week ago.

Please tell me :

1) Is it normal, that everytime the system collect PLDS and PLCR together ?

(certainly i can manually create a transport, but this is not what i want))

2) I can't transport single data slices / CR's ? I can only transport all objects ?!

Regadrs,

Markus

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  • Posted on Dec 02, 2013 at 04:41 PM

    yes and yes

    also later after they are transported you need to insert both objects into the transport before you can change them. It because both are a sort of info provider properties and when you swith the prvider to "change" you are able to change both types.

    regards

    Cornelia

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    • Hi Markus,

      if after transport I change only a char relationship, I put first char relationships and data slices into a transport request, then do he change and then either leave it that way, or delete the data slice object from the transport request again. This is possible but as long as you do not change the objects in Q or P it would not be necessary.

      For the secong question, I would first do the dorrection of the CR, close that transport request, then create the new data slice.

      Also you could always set data slices that are still in test to inactive before transports.

      regards

      Cornelia

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