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How Can I Copy from One ID to Another for Ex. 000 to 800

Hello

As I am getting a Error "ENTER RATE / INR RATE TYPE M FOR 17-09-2006 IN THE SYSTEM SETTING" I checked one ID for Example 000 But is Working fine But the error is contining in 800 Cleint, So I want to know there are any chances of copying that OB08 Details/ Tables to my 800 Cleint from 000 Cleint , I tried SCC1 But Iam not good in that. So Please Guide me to Come out of the Error.

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SASIDHAR

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2006 at 10:50 AM

    Hi!

    Try to select Adjustments from the utilities menu within OB08 in client 800.

    Good luck

    /Björn

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 08:38 AM

    Hello,

    U can compare the details from different client through SE71 also.

    select utilities---->>compare....option

    if based on that u have come to know that, the versions is different in both the client then u can copy it from 000 to 800 through SCC1....

    if u dont know how to do it then let me know...

    if this helps u then give points to the message

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