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Transports between systems after support package application

Hi gurus, we need to apply a lot of support packages into the development system and I wanna know if in the meantime we need to "freeze" all transports between systems.

This because the systems (DEV - QA - PRD) are in differente support package level. This until we apply the support packages into the others systems

Thanks in advance.

Ronald.

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:47 PM

    Yes, any transport which is taking SAP standard code from DEV to QA to PRD should not move if the systems in landscape are on different support pack level. Because it can happen that SAP has done some modification to that standard code in new support pack.

    However, anything which is isolated Z-development (like some z-output report or smartforms) can proceed.

    But, I suggest , stop moving transports until all systems have same support pack level.

    G@urav.

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  • Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:30 PM

    To maintain the consistency, I suggest you should do that.

    Regards,

    Amit

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