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query regarding moving transport request

HI all,

I have query regarding moving the transport request.

I have a main program with 3 includes. I have made some changes in the 1st include and transported it to the quality(testing). Now i made changes in the 2nd include and saved it in a different request(as request for the 1st include is already released). Now i am moving the changes of the 2nd include into the production. Here I want to know whether all the changes that i have made for the 1st include also will reflect in the production when the 2nd request is moved to production( incase of 1st include, only moved till quality) or only the changes made in the 2nd include will only reflect.

Kindly clarify as soon as possible.

Best regards

John

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:23 PM

    hi

    As per my knowledge,

    If you want to reflect your 1st include changes in production, you have to release it also to production. Else it won’t reflect in production. And also if you changed the second include based on 1st include updated logic (which is in quality now) and moved second include into production then it may give error or short dump because 1st include changes are not reflecting in production as of now.

    Thanks

    Siva Kumar

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:18 PM

    hi John,

    if I understood correctly:

    1st transport ==> contains 1st include ==> transported into Quality

    2nd transport ==> contains 2nd include only ⚠️ ==> transported into Production

    if this is the case, than you have to transport your 1st request into production as well, otherwise the changes are not there.

    ec

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