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Why Rules of Origin XML File Transportable?

Hi,

Why is loading rules of origin from an XML file a transportable change while loading a SPL or HTS XML file not?

To load the rules of origin we are using transaction /SAPSLL/PREF_RLS_UPL.

Thank you, Jeff

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 03:34 PM

    Hi Jeff,

    I think you need to consider the impact of the client settings on the upload program:

    1. Changes without automatic recording
    Upload WITHOUT transport request and there are no data scope options available in the program.

    2. Automatic recording of changes
    Upload WITH transport request and there are no data scope options available in the program.

    3. No changes are allowed
    With this setting there is no transport request but you have some data scope options available in the program.

    4. No transports are allowed
    Similar to 1.

    Please check transaction SCC4 for the client you are working in.

    Then we also have to consider the distinction between the customizing data and master data that the file might contain.

    In some landscapes all the customizing data is uploaded to a central customizing client and then transported downstream to the other clients. Then only the actual master data is uploaded to the individual clients.

    Best Regards,

    Eoin

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