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Version control for ESS MENU instance

Hi All,

I am facing a bit of critical issue. For our current project we have done quite a few customisations on the ESS portal. We have modified the LPD Cust and specified custom config ID for applications. Recently last week something got stuffed up and we lost all the customisations. Basis did a trace on the LPD_CUST but they are not able to get to the next level ie trace tells who changed ESS MENU but its not showing what was changed within that .

For Eg : ESS MENU ->Employee Self Service->Personnel Information->Personal Profile there was a Z configuration for HRESS_A_PERSINFO. Now for some reason instead of the custom configuration I see the standard one. Is there any way we can do a check on who has modified the Personal Profile ?

Is there any possibility that when we make any changes to the launchpad click launchpad->transport it overwrites the existing custom configurations.

Please advise.



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  • Posted on Feb 17, 2014 at 09:54 AM

    Generally, when you do modification in standard LPD_CUST ESS menu it will generate the new version. You can check the versions from menu Extras -> Show Versions

    You can activate which ever the version you want and do transport which will overwrite existing active Launchpad menu.

    So when you do transport this modified ESS menu then existing one will be overwritten.

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    • SAP verion shows only standard delivered one and not changed by the user, you can see the logs on the right hand side ie last changed by set / get parameter LPD_EXPERT. If this parameter is set you get more details and all versions will be displayed Start transaction SE11, enter 'APB_LPD_VERSIONS' also can be used if you modified existing roles

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