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DTP failure which was in process chain after transport


I created a DTP in Development Server and it get transported to QA successfully.

I also created a Prcocess Chain that execute that DTP. When I tried to transport this Process Chain to QA, transport was sucess but when i check in QA process chain was not in active mode. its showing the error that DTP is not in active A version.

Error:Process variant DTP_LOAD DTP_4AEIYC0UV528F7W1JL587E7HR does not exist in version A

I checked the DTP in QA and I noticed that the DTP has been converted to a different technical name which is not the same as the one I transported from Development.

Example: DTP DTP_LOAD DTP_4AEIYC0UV528F7W1JL587E7HR in Dev is converted to DTP_4AN4TVDRYNSMT95UGI48JVC6J in QA.

Please advise how I can transport the Process Chain that call this DTP from dev to QA

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 06:54 PM

    Hi Sri,

    You need to collect your DTP along with the Process chain in the same request. When you migrate DTPs from DEV to QA , a new DTP ID are generated in QA system and your DTP in the Process chain points to DEV's DTP and that is why you get this error. You can also find more information when you turn on the " Detail View On" from the menu. This will display technical name of all the objects in your process chain.

    so recollect your DTPs and the process chains objects in the same transport request and migrated to QA ,this will Fix you issue.

    Hope it helps,



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