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Routes and Routes Determination

Hello All,

I m basically a technical person and i m doing recording for routes and routes determination.

I am facing one problem.

while executing transaction 0vtc in one system , while saving data its asking for transport request.

and when i execute the same transaction in IDES system , and when i save data it does not ask for the transport request.

Is there any config for that?

Please help me out...its required asap..

thanks,

jigs

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 07:38 PM

    Hi

    not sure if this would help. but going through some of the older posts here, here's something I gathered:-

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    It also depends on the client settings, which is done by the BASIS guys. If the client settings are done in such a way that system should not generate requests then it will not generate a request.

    If the system is created as a Sandbox then also system will not ask for a request.

    using the T codes SE01 where all the list can be viewed , then select the task or transport request click on the trucj button .

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    hope it's a start

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