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Exception in Test inspite of working fine in Development

Hi experts,

I am facing a strange problem. I have some webdynpro DC's in development.

I had made some changes and tranported to QA.

In Devlopment all are wokring fine but in QA some of them gives errors. Cannot navigate from view view2 via non-existent outbound plug out1

Have anybody faced the same problem? Plugs already exists in dev.

Why this happens?



There is some diff in regad of version. But does it make sense to this problem?

DEV 7.00 SP11 7.00 SP9

QA 7.00 SP11 7.00 SP11

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2007 at 11:47 AM

    Hi Mehul,

    you should not transport between systems which have different support package levels, that could cause a lot of trouble.

    as you said you have some DCs in development: if they are not developed in the namespace you may be lucky and the error is not related to the different SP levels.

    the error message looks like there is something missing in the QA system which exists in the DEV system - unfortunately, I do not know what is meant by "plug". As you checked them in DEV, can you check them in QA and find out if they are really missing there?

    Kind regards,


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