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Table Maintenance - Transport

Hi,

Can anyone share their experiences to the concerns i have .

ℹ️ if the table Delivery class is 'A' . will the table maintenance that is created be transported to other system or will it have any potential issues.

(ii) i have created a table maintenance for a table with Delivery Class 'A' and transported, the transport went fine but in the other environment it says the table maintenance is not defined.

Do i have to change any thing in the Technical attributes of the Table?

please suggest.

regards,

Ry

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 11:46 PM

    Hi,

    table maintenance view is represented by function group. So yes, you can easily transport your maint. view to anoother system. You have to allow a maintenance for your table. Just go to SE11 and tab Delivery and Maintenance. Check a help for the field Data Browser/Table View Maint. There are 3 possibilities for this field.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 04:50 AM

    Hi,

    1. Transport of table maintenance has nothing to do

    with the delivery class.

    If we properly transport the table maintenance which

    is actually contained in a function group,

    then it should go ok.

    Just make sure that the function group is new and

    is used only for this table. It is recommended not to

    mix function groups with other tables.

    regards,

    amit m.

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