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List "Inactive Objects and Open Repairs" before SUM-Start

Hi all

I'd like to know if/how it is possible to simulate SUM-Phase REPACHK / REPACHK2

We want get the list of "inactive objects" and "locked SAP objects" that this step logs before starting SUM, so our developer are able to work on their issues.

I can get the information maybe from E070 or SE03, but it's not as nice to work with as when executing above phase.

I realized the function modules SUBST_GET_INACTIVE_SAP_OBJECTS and SUBST_GET_OPEN_SAPOBJ_TAS_REPS are responsible for this but I'm not able to execute them in a system where SUM is not yet started.

Any hints on that issue are highly appreciated.

Regards

Michael

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 12:32 PM

    Hi Michael,

    well, this is rather an exclusive service provided by Software Update Manager ... 😊

    You can use SE03 as you already mentioned. And in SE80, you can choose inactive objects, and choose * as user to get all inactive objects. But it is not as nice as what SUM offers.

    For an update, the tool considers all objects that are part of the update - this is nothing that can be done manually.

    Regards, Boris

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      Hi Boris,

      well, that's a pity.

      Thanks for your answer...

      If you're responsible, maybe implement this "exclusive service" somewhere at the beginning like you did with the SPAU/SPDD check... or offer some report/snote to implement a comparable functionality.

      Regards

      Michael

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