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Transport Data from Table

Hi,

I am encountering problems with transporting data from different clients.

1. Create button per row is possible And Transport link in SE16 are visible thus encountering an error.

Transport is not possible for the specified data

Message no. SV142

Diagnosis

You want to copy data from a table or a view into a change request manually. This function is not intended for these data.

The data are either purely local, so that they can not be transported, or they are copied into the change request by a separate function. This can e.g. be the case for components of a more complex transport object.

System Response

The requested function can not be carried out. Processing is terminated.

Procedure

Please contact your system manager.

2. Generated a Maintenance Dialog in SE54

Result: transport entries is already disabled.

Please help..

points will be rewarded of course!

Thanks

Cindy Sy

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 09:50 AM

    Hi,

    In se11->table maintainence->select radio button

    standard routine.

    Regards

    Amole

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 09:50 AM

    Hi,

    you can put the data manually in a transport request:

    1) Create a transport request.

    2) Start the editor in the transport request and enter the following: R3TR TABU <table name>

    3) Press F2 with the cursor on the table name to call up the screen for specifying the table entries to transport.

    4) Save and release the transport request to transport in to the target system.

    Regards,

    Stefan

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 09:54 AM

    Hi Cindy,

    did you try these options?

    go to SE10 and create request.

    in that give,

    Program ID : R3TR

    Obj : TABU

    Object name : you table name.

    double click on the table name and give key filed values. If you want to transport entire table entries

    give * .

    Cheers

    VJ

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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 09:56 AM

    Hello Cindy

    I cannot judge why the system does not allow to transport these data.

    However, you can transport any tables entries with a simple trick:

    (1) Create a workbench request

    (2) Change the request (or its task) and add the following entry: R3TR TABU <name of table> =>

    (3) Enter the key values you want to transport, e.g.:

    - <client>* for all entries of the current client

    - add additional restrictions for the table entry (<client><bukrs>* for all entries of a given company code)

    Note that you cannot export data from another client because CTS will correct a foreign client key with the current client key.

    Pre-Cautions: when you import these table entries in another client already existing values will be overwritten!!!

    <b>So be very careful.</b>

    Regards

    Uwe

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  • Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 02:23 AM

    Hi Cindy,

    1. Goto SE01.

    2. Click New and create a New Work Bench Request.

    3. Then place the cursor on the TR and click on Display Object List ( Shift + F11 )

    4. Enter PGMID as R3TR

    5. Enter OBJ as TABU

    6. Enter OBJECT NAME as Z<TABLE NAME>

    7. Again in the menu, select 'Extras >Change object function >Key according to key list'.

    Now go to the menu, 'Goto-->Key list'. In the subsequent screen, click on 'Insert line' icon(with a + sign).

    For more information pls refer thread :

    database-table-entries

    Best regards,

    Prashant

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