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ChaRM No link to maintenance cycle

Hi,

I have created one Urgent change & TR also got created. Transport Request is also released now.

Now I am facing issue 'No link to maintenance cycle'. I checked the issue & ChaRM project was not consistent. Now I made the ChaRM project consistent. But still I am facing 'No link to maintenance cycle' issue even after Recheck action.

On this urgent CD I get two actions 'Recheck Urgent Change' & 'Withdraw'. Current status of this Urgent CD is 'In Development'.

As a workaround I created one more Urgent change by extending scope & taken ahead this new Urgent change to Pre-prod & Production.

Now I want to withdraw old Urgenct Change which is having issue 'No link to maintenance cycle'. I can't withdraw this Urgenct change as Transport Request in this urgent change is released. Either I am not able to proceed as I am not getting next action 'Pass Urgent Change to Test'.

How can I close OR withdraw this Urgent Change, I am stuck both ways. 😔

Any ways to close or withdraw this Urgent Change.

Regards

PK

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    Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 10:34 AM

    Hi PK,

    Sorry, you have created a mess. Firstly, why did you released the TR in the first urgent change, when there was a scope extension in place and you have created a CD for the same.

    The only way is to manually delete the TR from R/3. But I am not sure if system will allow you to do so. need to check...........

    Regards

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  • Posted on Feb 12, 2014 at 02:55 PM

    Hi,

    You may forcefully close/withdraw the Urgent Change using this report /TMWFLOW/PHCNTRL_DB_UTILITY.

    Give it a try.

    Regards,

    Vivek

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