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Error in transport


I made a calculation view in test package and later moved to a original package. This c.view contains 3 analytical views and one attribute view.

After moving to original package...the c.view still pointing to the test package. Hence again removed and added the analytical views into calculation view from the original folder, which are copied from test package. Now, no view points to test package.

But while doing transportation, got error. the analytical views still pointing to test package in the transport error. Anyone please let me know how to move the view from one package to another package and after moving the views should points to the new package as if they were created in that package only.

and also I am unable to delete the views in test package as getting error that" one or more dependent objects'.

Please let me know the solution. Thanks in advance.

Thanks & Regards,


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    Posted on Sep 09, 2015 at 08:14 AM

    Hi Jyothirmayi,

    I have faced the same issue during the migration from dev system to Production system. Please have a look below document. You can find the solution of your problem.

    General issue in HLM Migration | SCN

    I am sure that this document can help you. let me know if you need any more help.



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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2015 at 01:30 PM


    One suggestion would be to rename the analytical views and attribute views in test package and later activate the c.view in original package. This would ensure that the c.view doesn't refer to test package.



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