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Manually add View Cluster Maintenance Data to transport request

Hi you,

when I created an application log object and some subobjects, this was automatically added to my transport request as R3TR CDAT APPL_LOG.

Clicking at the key icon, I can see the detailed view and table name with respective keys.

Now I created another transport request and I want this manually. OK, no problem for the R3TR CDAT APPL_LOG. But I do not get more than 1 key into it.

How to proceed manually?

TIA,

Clemens

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 05:43 PM

    Hi,

    Can you please try with option "Include Object" (Ctrl+F11) , then edit the object list according to your needs?

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    • Hi a®s,

      that's what I did. The unsolved question was how to add the table keys.

      OK: I just imported all objects from the existing request and later deleted what I don't need. That way it works.

      You can't select view maintenan´ce entried (R3TR CDAT) with the free selections option. And you can't add selected objects of a transport request.

      My question was about closing this gap.

      Thanks anyway.

      Regards,

      Clemens

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