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Creating a View

Hello guys ,

I have some issue to just create a simple view , I have search a lot but unfortunately I did not find any solution , so here is the description of the problem :

using the transaction se11 to create a view ,

create a new view name then hit the Create button

select database then hit ok

Then I got a windows with Register Object and in that windows it asks me a access Key , which of course I do not have any clue about it .

When I searched in sdn about Register Object , it appears that key for creating the views is not valid anymore. and asks to look at the SPAM transaction and I'm not really familiar with is !!

Do you have any idea what's the problem ? or how to solve the problem ?

Thanks for your help.

Karim.

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2008 at 08:33 AM

    Hi,

    Please contact your basis team they will be having access key and they will register the objects which you need.

    Cheers,

    Malli.

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for your prompt answer Malli,

      The user that I'm using has a Developer registration .

      the corresponding key is saved locally and accessed automatically, as far as I understood the key remain valid indefinitely.

      The same client release using the same user access from a different Box works fine without any problem .

      Any thought ?

      Karim.

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