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Transporting LIS datasource error

Hi,

I have created an LIS structure S63 and have created the datasource 2LIS_01_S563. I have also enhanced this datasoure by adding new fields to the extract structure and writing code for the new fields in the Include. Now I want to transport these objects to test system. I could put the datasource in a transport request, but when I try to put the Extract Structure in the Package ZBW (a custome package), I am getting an error saying that the extract structure is a standard extract structure falling under SAP name space and hence can not be put under ZBW. The system is suggesting me to put the structure under a package starting with the letter A-X.

Now my question is if I put the extract structure under an SAP package, will it cause any problem ? My other doubt is can the datasource and extract structure be under different transport package and still be under the same transport request?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2007 at 06:28 AM

    Dear Kiran,

    You can Transfer the LIS Structure , and for Datasource generate again in LBW0 of the Test system , and then transport all your requests corresponding to the Enhancements and Datasources to Test System, The system allows to Generate in LBW0 even in R/3 production .

    Hope it helps..

    Thanks,

    Krish

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Kiran,

      I have never transported any Objects in SAP Standard Package, and I hope we really dont need to transport it to production as you are doing ..I was telling you to generate the same again in R/3 Production in LBW0 , then transport , so that you can get all other settings .

      Thanks,

      krish

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