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Abap program versions missing / incorrect


I have been searching OSS, SDN and the web but have not found any answers.

We are in the process of applying our support packs (ECC5) and have found a couple of inconsistencies with a few of our z* abaps. The latest version for some of them appears to be missing in our QA environment

Prior to applying the support packs we did a series of client copies using SCC9, SCC5 & SCCL , as well as using a R3trans script to delete the client. Not sure how this is related but think that it is .

As an example if I look at program a Z_XXXXXXXX in our

development environment I see the following versions

DECK910732 12.12.2007 18:15:50 GAZZA

DECK910027 28.09.2007 11:06:21 GAZZA

DECK909877 14.09.2007 17:15:43 GAZZA

If I check the transport logs they appear to move through in the correct sequence from Dev to QA and into Production,

The problem is that in QA the version DECK910027 is the active version not the DECK910732 which was transported after it ?

My questions are these –

Why isn’t the correct version DECK910732 in QA

And how do we identify any other objects programs that might have the

same problem.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 02:26 PM


    My answer is probably a little late, but we had a similar issue. And it's apparently normal that not versions management is available on the QA system. We had to check the version on the system where the Z********* porgrams have been created. For us it was our Development system.


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