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Question in ABAP query

Hello All:

I created ABAP query and when I transported the system created transport number but it also creates defualt description "transport for ABAP query". I did a mistake by not going to tranports and updating the description to something meaningful! I created several queries and all have same description "Transport for ABAP query" and when I go to se10 it does not tell me what query the transport is tied to!! Is there a way I can find the query I created based on tranport request number? Please help me.

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Mithun

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 06:28 PM

    Hi Mithun,

    Go into SQ02 or SQ03 and click the Transport button to get into the Query Transport functions (or you can execute RSAQR3TR from SA38).

    Select the Display radiobutton at the top of the screen.

    Input the transport number in the "Dataset with imports" field at the bottom of the screen.

    Click execute and you will get a list of the Query Transport contents.

    hope that helps

    Points Appreciated

    Robin

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 06:10 PM

    Look into E071 table entries. You will find your query with pgmid and object combination.

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      Hi Mithun,

      You can find the list of entries by giving any transport request number which has the query. I don't have queries in system to let you know the exact values like R3TR and TABU.

      Try with R3TR and AQQU.

      Cheers

      Manohar

  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 06:06 PM

    Go to SQ01, Click Query, More Functions, Display Program Name. Now that you have the program name, there are two options, you could go to SE38 and put the program name there, then do version mananagement, it will give you the transport numbers. Or you could search the transport using the "Tools" icon in SE10.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 10:46 PM

    Thanks everyone and Robin. Your feedback helpmed me and I awarded points to evryone.

    Thanks.

    Mithun

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