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Transport error in CND_MAPT_ACS_REM/CUST?

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i'm trying to transport the sructure"cnd_mapt_acs_rem" cnd_mapt_acs_rem_cust" getting error in QA system ,eeror log is Table ZACND_MAPT_ACS_REM_CUST could not be activated So, i check in DEV system above table in that table 2 fields are not transported to QA .fields names are :ZNPRTNOUNCD,ZNPRTNOUNDSCD.so i created a request and transported to QA.But here error 8 was occured,error log is as "Activation of working set structure /1CN/WORKING_SET_I_D_CRM failed.Field ZCUST_PRIC_PROC: Component type or domain used not

active or does not exist"this same error show for 2 more srtuctures are "/1CN/WORKING_SET_I_D_ORD" "/1CN/WORKING_SET_I_D_SUP"So,please any body help on this issuse how can i transpot these structures"cnd_mapt_acs_rem" cnd_mapt_acs_rem_cust" from DEv to QA?

could any body help on this problem ?

Thanks,

Vasu.

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2006 at 10:28 PM

    Hi,

    Please check your domain type that you have used to define your custom fields and make sure it is active. Do this check both in your development and QA systems. You should get a clue.

    Regards

    Krishna

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