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Customizing request

Hi,

What is the difference between workbench request and customizing request

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Mano

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:45 AM

    Hi,

    1.whatever the customizations we r performing in IMG will give u customizing request.functional module consultants mostly will do these requests only.

    2.ABAPERs will do workbench requests..the operations come under ABAP workbench will generate workbench requests..but, functional consultants also do workbench requests sometimes, especially in cross client applications..

    Ex: if u define access sequence, system will generate workbench request only..this access sequence can be observed in all the clients..

    hope it helps..

    regards..

    yogi...

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      SAP has Standardized the system such that Some of the customizing and Abap Coding is workbench request and cross client. There are other configuration, which are specifically designed as Customizing Request. It is not possible to to put everything in workbench request, as desired.

      Regards,

      Rajesh Banka

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 10:58 AM

    Hi,

    Customising Requests: Customizing requests record client-specific Customizing settings made in a single client (the source client of the request). When you change or create any configuration related changes, the customising request will be generated.

    Work Bench request: When you change a Repository object of the ABAP Workbench, a query window appears in which you need to specify a Workbench request. You can only save the changes if you have assigned the object to a change request. When a program is changes or created, the workbench request will be generated.

    Prase

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  • Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:01 AM

    Dear Mano

    Please go through this link

    [WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WORKBENCH REQUEST AND CUSTOMERIZIED REQUEST|http://www.allinterview.com/showanswers/57910.html]

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:23 AM

    Customizing requests record client-specific Customizing settings made in a single client (the source client of the request). Changes to Customizing settings are recorded in the Customizing requests.

    Work Bench Request: When you change a Repository object of the ABAP Workbench, a query window appears in which you need to specify a Workbench request. You can only save the changes if you have assigned the object to a change request.

    Workbench requests and the tasks assigned to them are normally used to record changes to Repository objects and Customizing for all clients. However, you can also include client-specific Customizing.

    . Customizing Request - When doing or changing some customization.(Most of these requests were generated by Functional consultants)

    2. WorkBench Request - When configuration is cross-client. Eg Generating new Table, making changes in access sequence, Abap development, etc.

    Customization request is used to move the customize data from one client to another or from one system to another system. Generally organization maintain Golden Client as a Customizatio client on which the required setting for the smooth operations of SAP are done and saved in the Customization request. Once it is tested positively then moved throught the landscape till Production Environment.

    Workbench request it used for development purpose. All cutomise objects (Z* & Y*) are stored in the respective workbench request.

    Regards,

    SAP SD

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 11:47 AM

    Workbench Requests

    When you change a Repository object of the ABAP Workbench, a query window appears in which you need to specify a

    Workbench request. You can only save the changes if you

    have assigned the object to a change request.

    Workbench requests and the tasks assigned to them are

    normally used to record changes to Repository objects and

    Customizing for all clients. However, you can also include

    client-specific Customizing.

    Whether the changes to Repository objects are transported

    depends on whether a transport route is defined from the

    current SAP System for the package of these objects. From

    the system settings, the system automatically determines

    whether the change requests are transportable and to which

    target system they should be transported.

    Customizing requests

    Customizing requests record client-specific Customizing

    settings made in a single client (the source client of the

    request).

    Automatic recording of configuration activities in the

    Customizing work for a client can be activated or

    deactivated for each client with Client Control. If

    automatic recording is active, a query window appears when

    you change Customizing settings, asking you to specify a

    Customizing request.

    Whether Customizing requests are transported or not, does

    not depend on the objects entered, as is the case with

    Workbench change requests. The Customizing requests in an

    SAP System (or in a client if you use Extended Transport

    Control) are either all transportable or all local,

    depending on the system setting. The system uses the

    standard transport layer to determine automatically whether

    the change requests are transportable and to which target

    system they should be transported. However, you can change

    this manually.

    Regards

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