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package checkout failed : SAP HANA Studio

Hi Experts, I am facing issues while checking out packages from HANA Repository. Once i choose the check out option, the corresponding folder is not getting created in the local repository directory and the tick sign also not showing along with the folder. But no error messages are shown the HANA Studio. Please help. I am using SAP HANA SP07 Regards Sreehari

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2014 at 03:41 PM

    Hi Sreehari,

    I am wondering if it's because you have not first created a project to check-out the content into. ie: In the project explorer tab have you created a project?

    -Patrick

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    • Hi Mr Bechmann,

      I have solved this issue by creating manually the folder hierarchy locally.

      If for example my new package (newpack) was under sap.pack1 (sap.pack1.newpack),

      1. I've created a workspace whatsoever called (myworkspace) inside the root workspace folder locally
      2. I have created a folder hierarchy like this: workspace > myworkspace > sap > pack1 > newpack
      3. then I have created a new project and put it under newpack folder


      I'm using SP7, how can I make this automatically? With regi was everything checkout and created automatically.


      Thank you,


      Denis

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