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Package name for client proxy

hi All ,

I am new to SAP .I am doing a PROXY > XI > FILE scenario .After generating Proxy when i try to save the proxy

It is prompting to specify the Package name and the prefix ,Can some one explain me the process how i should create

a package( I dont want to save it as local object). i have read in SDN that it should be a 4 level package .So if some one can give me Step by Step procedure

of creating a 4 level package that would be really great.

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  • Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 03:56 AM

    Hi,

    I don't know about XI and Proxy stuff,but you can create a package using SE21-Package Builder.

    K.Kiran.

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    Hi,

    I got ur problem.u can create package in SE80.Otherwise if u dont want to save the proxy in "Local object" .... u can use some exting generale packages.

    The package na me will start with 'Z' or 'Y'...so in the package write 'Z' or 'Y' and press F4.U will get a no. of exiting packages.and select anyone from those.

    And for prefix you can give 'Y' or 'Z'. Now it will work.

    All the best.

    Regards

    Biplab

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      Hi,

      Application component : indicates development module...like MM for Material Management, SD - Sales and Distributions....

      SoftWare component : HOME

      Transport Layer : Check out transport layet for other z packages...that you can do using SE80 and put z* and click on arrow button...will show you all packages..and select ne one of them for reference.

      and package type : Main pacakge or you can keep default.

      Hope this will help you.

      Nilesh

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