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Transport failed in Production

Hello Everyone,

I had created two text variables and had saved them in a transport. When i released the transport, it successfully got transported from D to T.

Then I made some changes for the text variables in D and saved them in a new transport.

After this I released the first transport from T to P and it got failed. Can anyone tell me the reason for the failure?

Is it because before releasing from T to P, I had done some changes in D???

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 08:56 AM

    Transport Request is ideally not transported from Testing to Production.

    Dev --> Testing

    Dev --> Production

    Take a look at the request transported to Production(It would only have the transport request that was created in Dev). Ask your Basis folks for more info.

    The first request moving to Prod & the changes being made in Dev has no relation at all,not sure why it failed.

    You are left with only 1 Option...Moving the 2nd request to Prod...

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 06:18 AM

    Check the transport log for more details.

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    • Hi Praveen,

      Thanks for the reply.

      I have checked the transport log.......and it says i need to transport the variables again.

      But what my question is when there was no problem while transporting from D to T then why it is giving me a problem while transporting from T to P?

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