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Domain Renaming

Hi

I have created a domain, say ZAnkur

Now I want to rename it to say, ZAnkur123

Can I do it? How do I go about it?

Ankur

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:34 PM

    Ankur,

    You can not rename the domain, you have to delete and have to create another one.

    Regards,

    Satish

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      You can follow the same steps for data element and tables as I have suggested above. But please make the changes everywhere so that you dont get confused as to which table/data element/domain name you have used and where.

      -Bhavin P Shah

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 05:45 AM

    Hi Ankur,

    You will not be able to overwrite the existing domain name but instead you can do like this.

    -> Go to SE11

    -> Enter the Domain as ZAnkur

    -> Click on the button 'Copy' (Ctrl+F5)

    -> Give the new name as ZAnkur123 and save

    -> It will ask for Package name which you need to give if you want to transport this domain to say production server else select Local object.

    ->Now you are done with the job.

    ->Replace this domain in the relevant data element fields,if required.

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    -Bhavin P Shah

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 05:55 AM

    hi ankur,

    You cannot rename a existing domain. Goto se11 and put the name zankur in domain field and then click the button copy where u can put the destination target name as zankur123. This way u can create the data elements as well as tables also

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      Hi All,

      Thanks for all the information. Of course I did not like the solution and more correctly no solution existed...

      Anyways, I will try to manage with the procedures you suggested.

      Thanks a lot again,

      Ankur

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