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LSMW

Hi All,

How can i transport LSMW, from <b>Development Server</b> to <b>Quality Server</b> or Production Server....like SE38 Reports.....

Wat Can i do for it.....

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<b>Anil Kumar</b>

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:26 AM

    1 LSMW There are 2 ways for transporting LSMW data from a system to another.

    1.1 Export/import This method gives you the opportunity to select the subprojects or objects you want to transfer. Hence you don't transfer the object a colleague might have created and that should stay in development system. LSMW -> Extras -> Export project

    1.2 Transport request With this method, you can transport a LSMW project in full (you can not select the objects you want). With this method, the project will be transported as any other SAP object in a transport order.

    LSMW -> Extras -> Create change request

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    Maha

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:13 AM

    Hi

    1. By running the actual conversion. I dont understand the question.

    2. Depends on how your server is configured. If this is configured to move LSMW projects through transports, then you can create a transport and move it. If not you can just export the project and import it into PRD.

    3.Run the program /SAPDMC/SAP_LSMW_INTERFACE

    4.Not sure what you are asking.

    or

    2. To incldue the LSMW in the transport request..

    Go TO LSMW... select your project... then EXTRAS > GENERATE CHANGE REQUEST (CTRL+F7)

    <b>Reward if usefull</b>

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