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Backup for Dynpro Object

Hi all,

Can anyone suggess me how to take backup for Web-Dynpro ABAP object.

Points will be sured.

Thanks

Sanket sethi

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 11:20 AM

    hi sanket......

    you can make use of nuggets.

    download the sapllink program and execute it.

    you can download the whole web dynpro application as a nugget or .slink

    file to your desktop.

    later you can upload it.

    ---regards,

    alex b justin

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:51 PM

    You can use the version management to generate a version of the WebDynpro component. Then you have the possibility to restore this version later on.

    <b>Menu: Utilities->Versions->Generate version</b>

    If you want to store an WebDynpro component as a file, you can use the CTS. Create a transport of copies and add the component to the object list. After releasing the request, the file is written to the transport directory.

    Regards

    Joerg

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