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Lock all SAP users while moving SAP Notes to Production

Hi All,

As a maintenance activity, we have applied 2000+ SAP Notes in Development and Quality systems.

Now we are planning to move them to SAP ECC Production system.

I want to know, if we need to lock ALL SAP Users in Production system and then move all the notes to ECC Production.

Thanks !!

Sameer

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2015 at 08:02 AM

    Hi Sameer

    Yes, You can lock the all user id's in production system. and then do the transport the 2000+ Notes, try to transport during off peak time. If possible do the full system backup.

    Regards

    SS

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2015 at 10:07 AM

    Hi!

    Personally I would lock all the users in SU10 just for safety measures.

    When I implement notes, I like to have a transport order for each SAP Note, just for tracking measures. But since you have 2000 notes to implement you can allways try to aggregate some notes into a single transport order, the problem with this kind of implementation is that if you have a problem with a single transport which contains severall notes it's harder to track the issue.

    Please ensure that you have a backup and someone available from functional team to provide support (Sometimes you can have some problems with SAP Objects previously modified by other Notes/Transport Orders).

    Since Notes are Security Notes, I guess it will be ok.

    Good luck!

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