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Transportation of Infopackage?

Hi,

Our onsitefolks say that there is no need to transport the infopackages from DEV to QA or to PROD.They say that the transported objects cannot be changed in traget systems. what does this mean?

If we dont transport the infopackages then what are the options so that the packages can be dragged to the next system.Is there any other option other than creating the infopackages in the next system.If we have some routines written in the infopackages then how could we handle this situation.(Other than copyin the routines ).

Please clarify.

Thanks,

Vasu.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:04 AM

    You can either create or transport infopackages in/to target systems.

    Transported objects cannot be changed in QA, PROD only can be changed in Dev and Retransporting wll be done all the times for changes to reflect.

    System may be open to create routines in Infopackages else they also need to be transported.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:00 AM

    Hi Vasu,

    1.You will create a new Infopackage in the target system.Usually we dont transport IP.Nothing to worry.

    2.If you transport an object from one ssystem to other it will be set like you cannot do any changes to that object in the target system.You need to change it in the DEV and re transport it again.

    Regards

    Karthik

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 08:02 AM

    Vasu,

    It depends. You can transport the infopackages to the target system. Most of the cases you will have the option of creating the infopackages in the target system. Also when a stable infra structure is transported or in cases like you said you can transport the infopackage. There is no hard and fast rule......

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