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ChaRM: normal correction SDMJ and SDMI

Hi!

I have the following problem by working with ChaRM and normal corrections.

There are two types of normal corrections:

1) Normal Correction (type:SDMI)

2) Normal Correction (type: SDMJ)

Since a few days it is not possible to see all the SDMJ normal corrections within tcode

DSWP --> Change Management --> Drop Down "Not Completed".

Only the SDMI normal corrections are visible there.

Questions:

What is the difference and how can i switch the type of normal correction from SDMJ to SDMI?

How can all the normal correction of both types (SDMI and SDMJ) be visible there?

The second issue i have:

by executing tcode "/TMWFLOW/CSMCONF" I can not see any systems, meanwhile I have one valid maintenance project with one valid maintenance cycle.

Can some one help me here to solve these problems?

Thank you very much!

regards

Holger Thomasson

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 12:08 AM

    Hi Holger,

    The biggest difference is SDMJ (the newer, SAP recommended one) uses transport of copies. Which means you transport a copy of the original transport to QA for testing and if changes have to occur the developer can put those changes in the original transport. You can read more about transport of copies in help.sap.com

    I'm not sure why all of a sudden you can't see both. Did you install any patches or changes anything recently? Are you sure you don't have a filter set to just show the SDMI?

    regards,

    Jason

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