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How to transport Factory calendar to Production

Hello PP Gurus !,

I have a question regarding transporting factory calendar to production system . Is there any specific way of moving the transport request from development to production ? or it is as usual like other config transportation ?

I was told that there is a special procedure to transport factory calendar . Please throw me some light on this .

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Giri

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 03:54 AM

    Hi

    Please go to Production ( if your using Firefighter id or 911 ID)

    Take Firefighter Login id from Basis person

    Go to Production system and make changes directly in Production.

    with T : code : OP03

    Please tell me if any more question

    Please reward points

    Sunil

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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2007 at 07:57 PM

    Hi Giri

    Changes to calendar data are not automatically included in a correction request.

    For the calendar data to be utilizable in another system, use the function Transport in the initial screen of the maintenance transaction.

    Note that you cannot transport individual public holidays or calendars. You can only transport calendar data in its entirety. When you do this, all public holidays, public holiday and factory calendars existing in the target system are deleted.

    Best regards

    Ramki

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      Rama,

      I am new to MMPP configuration.

      I read your suggestion:

      "use the function Transport in the initial screen of the maintenance transaction."

      But when I try to do so, the Function Trasnport selection is actually grayed out.

      Can you sugggest how to make it available?

      Thanks for help.

      Kent

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    Posted on Feb 26, 2007 at 01:43 AM

    Hi,

    this kind of transport is a table transport, that is , if you use it, all table entries in the target system will be overwritten from the source client.

    this is not a SAP recommended transport.

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  • Posted on May 20, 2008 at 10:00 AM

    Generally , SAP transports(Functional or technical ) to production are carried out by seperate team who has authorisation from Basis Team or Basis team itself.

    But in your case , if you need to carry out the transport to production specially for Factroy Calander , u can do the necessar changes through FirefighterId for Production Client .Then u can perform OP03/SCAL according to your requirement .We should take utmost care while performing any changes or configuration in Production clinet because it is final stage before Go Live.

    Please discuss with the Basis Team and Functional Team before you go ahead with the changes.

    In general , if you get the transport number DVKXXXXXXX along with proper description "ITR no ,Sub-process dependeces,Change description " , then u can go to Se01 and do the transport realse .

    Please revert if you need to clarify more

    Regards

    Jia

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      Jiaul,

      First of all, I only need to transport this configuration from DEV Client 301 to QA.

      Referring to another SDN note, our Basis Team has changed the Client Role to Customizing, and make the system changable and client independent. Now, the "Transport" function is enabled.

      We finally able to transport the Factory Calendar. But when we click on the "Transport", it warned us that "All public holidays, public holiday and factory calendars will be transported.All public holidays, public holiday and factory calendars will first be deleted in the target system."

      Like Xioliu mentioned in the same message: "this kind of transport is a table transport, that is , if you use it, all table entries in the target system will be overwritten from the source client.

      this is not a SAP recommended transport."

      I feel that this is a high risk if we transport the whole table.

      Is that a way that we can just transport the two Factory Calendar entries we added (without manually re-create in the system.). The purpose is that we need a TR # generated, so that we can transport to Production with proper transport log.

      Thanks for advise.

      Kent

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