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Careful Point for Using SPAU

hello Experts,

What is the impact of doing Reset to Original via SPAU or SPDD.

• Is there any bad (irreversible) consiquence after Reset to Original option?

• What are the consiquence of adopting changes?

Any other point to take care off when using SPAU transaction.

Kind Regards,

Abhishek B.

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    Former Member
    Oct 10, 2007 at 05:59 PM

    Adopting the changes for objects that can be AUTOMATICALLY ADJUSTED (green icon) by SAP does minimum harm. However you need to be careful on the once that can be partially adjusted or cannot be adjusted by SAP (yellow and red icons). Try filering out the obsolete objects so you have a small list to work on manually.

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    Former Member
    Oct 10, 2007 at 12:59 PM

    Hi,

    if you make the reset to the original all your modifications will be lost.

    The best way is, to take a look to each difference and decide then, if you need your modification or not.

    In most case the modification, if it was a oss-note, is still implemented with your new release.

    regards

    Nicole

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