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Hi Friends,

I have created a request in package p1 now i want to move this request to package p2 .

and I have created a task unknowingly and it is saved in previous package but i want to create a request for this and save in another package, is it possiable can any one suggest, its very urgent.

Regards,

DVNS.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:30 AM

    dv ns,

    As long as the Request/Task is not released, you can do that

    Goto SE10, Expand the transport request node. Under the request you will have task and under the task you will have the objects attached to it.

    Now delete the Object by selecting the object and clicking at the trash can

    Once you have deleted all the objects attached to it, you can delete the task and then the request

    Once you are done with all the above steps. Go back to your concerned objects and change the package

    To change the package, Go to the object and from the Menu GOTO---->OBJECT DIRECTORY ENTRY

    From the Display Object directory Entry Window, change the Package.

    Let me know if you run into any issues.

    Hope this helps

    VB

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