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Bex WorkBook Transports

Hello Experts,

I am new to BW and in my first project as SAP BW developer, thats why a basic question.

I have made changes to existing reports in development. I need to now transport them to quality. Can anyone briefly tell me what are the steps to do the same and any cautions I need to remember before I can do so.

I searched all the forums but I was unable to track the exact discussion on the same which gives steps to follow while transports from Dev to Quality for reports.

Kindly help , would really appriciate any guideline idea on the same.

2) Also, if a particular query is locked by another user , then what does create a new task mean and what should be ideal process to get access to the same or can I just creat a new task for the user and continue making the changes for the same.

Thanks

Regards

Sarah.

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2005 at 02:17 PM

    Hi Sarah,

    Quick clarification: Are you looking to transport the query definition or the workbooks? If you want to transport the query then you need to collect the query in RSA1 > Transport connection, assign the query elements to the appropriate development package and assign the transport request.

    To move the workbooks, make sure that the query is present in the target system first. Then you can collect and transport the workbooks. Or you can simple refresh the workbook in the target system and save in a folder.

    Hope this helps...

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      Hi Raj,

      Thanks a Lot for your explanation. I really understood the process atleast, rt now the process with my client is I have to collect the objects and submit the request # and the rest if taken care off by them.

      So, that was helpful. Thanks a lot once again

      Regards,

      Sarah

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