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The object R3TR RSPC has not yet been imported without error

Initial transport of process chain resulted in no errors. When attempting to change objects within existing process chain, i.e. delete objects, retransportation generated the error:

The object R3TR RSPC has not yet been imported without error

Post processing log has warning messages relating to objects that have been deleted and are should be removed as part of the retransport.

All dependent objects were captured on the transport via the transport connection in RSPC. The process chain for transport contains base objects and is not included in any sub-chains.

Would be grateful if someone would provide a method to correct this problem and allow transport of changes to QA client without needing to open QA client for explicit change.

Thanks,

Brendan.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:41 AM

    When changing a process chain, the system automatically prompts for a transport.

    However, in my experience, this transport will NOT contain all objects (no new objects, for example). So, as a double check, I always manually collect all objects with the Transport Organizer and add everything to the standard transport.

    Using this method, I haven't had any problems with transporting changes to chains anymore!

    Kevin

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 11:07 AM

    Did the second transport request contain every change, new objects and deleted ones.

    If no, merge the original request and the second request, this should correct the problem. Be careful when releasing request to insure that deleted objects will generate deletion in target system.

    Regards

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