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copy sapscript form from one client to another

Hi folks,

I am trying to copy a sapscript form from QAS 100 to DEV 010. I used the SE71 transaction code and option copy from clients. It did not work. it gave an message the the form is not avaible in 010. However that form is present in DEV environment.

Am I missing something here?

Thanks,

SK

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    Sep 06, 2007 at 08:19 PM

    That is wrong ,you can not copy qa to dev,because both are diffrent system.

    if same system,if system contains many clients then it is possible.

    Use RSTXSCRP Program,first select Export ,download it o txt file(QA)

    now goto Dev box ,use RSTXSCRP ,select import ,upload the file.

    Thanks

    Seshu

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    Sep 07, 2007 at 05:06 AM

    SK,

    As i understand QAS 100 and DEV 010 are 2 different systems. Had it been just a single system, then the client copy option that you see in SE71 will work. Since these are 2 different systems, you will have to use the program RSTXSCRP which can export the sapscript to a text file and aslo import a text file to a form in sap system.

    Run RSTXSCRP Program in QA sytem, select Export option download the sapscript to a text file. Now go to Dev box, run the same RSTXSCRP program, this time select the import option, upload the file downloaded from QA.

    Hope this gives you the information you require.

    Please provide reward points if found helpful.

    Regards

    Balaji

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    Sep 07, 2007 at 05:20 AM

    hi

    use

    RSTXFCPY for Copy Forms Between Clients

    use

    RSTXR3TR

    Report RSTXR3TR allows SAPscript objects (texts, styles, forms) and device types to be transported between R/3 and a local or central file. Which objects are to be transferred is taken from a transport request created in the transport system.

    The entries in the transport request appear as follows:

    Forms are transported using R3TR FORM NAME, where NAME stands for the name of the form.

    Styles are transported using R3TR STYL NAME, where NAME stands for the name of the style.

    Texts are transported using R3TR TEXT OBJECT,NAME,ID,L, where OBJECT stands for the text object (from table TTXOB), NAME for the text name, ID for the text ID (from table TTXID), and L for the language key of the text.

    Device types are transported using R3TR PRIN NAME, where NAME stands for the name of the device type.

    Note: Texts, styles, and forms are client-specific! They are always read from the current client when exported and to thecurrent client when imported. Printer definitions are not client-specific. The current client is therefore not significant when exporting/importing device types.

    Important note: In the case of language-specific objects (that is texts, styles, and forms), only those languages (or translations, foreign languages) will be imported in the target system which are contained in the 'language vector' of the system. This is the profile parameter "zcsa/installed_languages" of the application server. The report parameter "Language vector" allows the standard language vector to be replaced with a specific one when called.

    The transport log of RSTXR3TR outputs the language vector used in the export or import. If objects cannot be exported or imported because their language is not in the language vector of the source or target system, a message to this effect is displayed in the transport log.

    The file to be written or read can be located either locally in the file system of the frontend server (GUI) or in the central file system of the application server (default setting).

    reward if u find use ful

    regards

    Nagesh.Paruchuri

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    Sep 07, 2007 at 08:13 AM

    hi

    good

    You can Copy the Form (SAPScript) using

    Tcode SE71 : Utilities Menu -> Copy from Client (or program RSTXFCPY)

    Enter the

    Source Form

    Source Client

    Target Form

    But to Copy the form from one server to another the program is RSTXSCRP

    thanks

    mrutyun^

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    Sep 07, 2007 at 10:11 AM

    Hi,

    First u go t code SE71 & give u r source form name i.e form availble in the QAS100.

    than. GOTO utilities--->copy from client than u get pup-up

    source form : QAS100.

    targetform : DEV10

    langugae : DE.

    u try this way it ill work out.

    Thank's.

    Patil.

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