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How to handle delta SPDD & SPAU adjustments in the 2nd Upgrade QA & PRD

Dear all,

We have successfully upgraded our development box and we have made the SPDD changes into a single transport requests and also the SPAU requests in a different requests.

Our ABAP team has made the SPDD adjustments comparing the objects with production and QA.

Now when we upgrade our QA box we have included the SPDD & SPAU transports and now we found that we have about 8 extra objects that needs to be modified manually in SPDD phase? out of 79 objects 71 is adjusted my out SPDD transports and it has left out 8 more objects.

These 8 objects were never shown in SPDD phase of our development box.

Can you please suggest us, like how to handle these delta objects, so that we won't phase the same issue when we move to production. (offcourse we will do 2-3 dry runs before going to production)

I have read the below note, but it is for the older version (without shadow instance)

Note 124522 - Importing a modification adjustment in 2nd upgrade

Thanks &

Regards

Senthil

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 06:03 PM

    So you mean the Production and Quality box are not in sync.

    Is it DEV and PRD box in Sync.

    Make th changes in QA and create a seperate Request from the DEV Request

    In production, if you face the same issue of QA you can use this request or use DEV's Requests.

    I suggest you keep the DEV/QA/PRD in sync before your next dry run.

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      Senthil,

      Correct the error in QA manually and generate a seprate Request. Since DEV and QA are not in sync and DEV not reported the error, i would say not create the request in DEV.

      You need to investigate this in you next upgrade before the Production. In the next run suggest you to make a copy of the production and start the upgrade.

      Regards

      Senthil

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