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Error in transporting Process Chain

Hi,

I am transporting a process chain (with routine in the info package).

While i am collecting the objects in the "Tranport Connection " in the RSA1, I am dragging the PC from obj list into the "collected obj".

In that i am getting the error as :

Object 'EKW7JI2060PD3QGOQ76DLOCKG' (ROUT) of type 'Routine' is not available in version 'A

please help me out...

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 02:39 PM

    hi,

    Any Updates...

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    Posted on May 17, 2008 at 02:42 PM

    check if any of the routines in teh transfer and update rules related to the data targets in that process chain are not active. Also check if you have any routines in the infopackage whether they are consistent or not.

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    Posted on May 18, 2008 at 06:23 AM

    Hi,

    Check the Process chain. Activate the process chain again.

    Might be your process chain contains a routine. If you activate the whole process chain the routine in ur process chain also gets activatated. It will be available in A version. Collect the process chain in another request and trasport it.

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      Hi,

      What i mean to say , after activating the process chain,collect the PC and all the objects in one request and transport.

      You can always keep the PC and other objects like routines, info packages and all in one request.

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