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Export PLDs

hi.

Can I export PLD to as XML or any other format??

I am facing problems in copying the plds from one database to another using the procedure explained in the SAP Notes.

When i copy to the production database, original values of the database and formula feilds are not retained. They randomly get changed. I need to check every feild again, which is a problem.

If I can export the PLDs as xml (or any other format) i can import them into the production database easily.

Can SDK be used for this??

Thanks and Regards,

Lakshman.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 08:07 AM

    hi.

    thanks for the code, i will try it out.

    i noticed that the import/export of plds is possible in advance layout designer.

    where can i download the advanced layout designer for B1 2005 B??

    rgds, laks.

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 06:26 AM

    I'm using SAP B1 2005 B

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      Hi Lakshman,

      Generally for this situation what i do is I use the SQL server management studio and Import the 2 tables RDOC and RITM.

      This process just takes a few min.

      So that i can have all the PLD in the new DB also.

      If helpful reward with points.

      Regards,

      Vasu Natari.

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