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replicating the LSMW

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We have different servers DEV and DEV1. i have written a LSMW in DEV. Now i want to replicate the same to DEV1. Can we do that? if yes, how to do that

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Shekhar

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 01:01 PM

    Hi Shekar,

    You could generate a change request from the LSMW transaction using menu 'Extras' / 'Create Change Request' and transport the resultant change request to your new server.

    HTH.

    Cheers,

    Ashok.

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    • Hi Shekar,

      You can export / import a LSMW project from the menu 'Extras' / 'Export Project and 'Import Projects'.

      I have added LSMW documentation as under -

      Export Project

      In the initial screen, select Extras / Export project. This first displays the structure tree of the selected project. Via Select / Deselect you can select whether the entire project or parts of the project are exported. Then select Export. The program then creates an ASCII file.

      Export Project: Project Table of Contents

      Note: The selected elements are exported together with their documentation.

      Import Project

      The exported mapping and rules can be imported into another R/3 system.

      On the selection screen, select Extras -> Import. The program then prompts you to enter the name of the PC file. The file is imported and the contents are analyzed. After the analysis, a list of the subprojects and objects found is displayed.

      You can now mark the objects to be imported. Project data existing already are check-marked. They are overwritten by the import.

      You can prevent a project already existing in the target system from being overwritten by using function "Import under different name".

      Note: The selected elements are imported together with their documentation

      HTH.

      Cheers,

      Ashok.

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