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It is possible to transpor the logical system definition and the RFC

Hello,

To define the back-end logical system we need to link the RFC destination SM59. If it is not possible to TRANSPORT the RFC destination from the development system to the quality one, I need to create the quality back-end logical system without transport.

In SRM there is a lot customizing in which we need to assing the back-end logical system. If I can not transport the back-end logical system definition from development to quality I must "re-create" a lot of customizing ditectly in quality (and later in production!)

This is the normal way to work in SRM? Do I have to create the RFC destination, the back-end logical system, etc. in each eviroment (development / quality / training / acceptance / production) or there is a way to transport this?

Cheers,

Marta

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 08:35 PM

    Hi Marta,

    transporting in SRM is different from the other SAP areas. There are several

    objects, which are normally customizing, but in SRM not part of the transportable

    objects. You have to do quite a lot of settings manually in QA as well in PROD.

    Start the discussion early to get the needed authorizations for doing the settings.

    The following doc gives an overview and explains:

    https://websmp201.sap-ag.de/~form/sapnet?_FRAME=CONTAINER&_OBJECT=011000358700000310782007E

    Cheers,

    Claudia

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