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Transport Request of Standard Task

Hi,

How to find the request in which a task is stored? If it is a custom task? The thing is that another one created some standard tasks and stored it in some requests. Now, I want to move them to quality. How to find the request in which the tasks are stored? I know the task number. NB: It would be great if the same request can be transported instead of creating a TP copy.

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Jubish

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 08:39 AM

    Jubi,

    I would simply try to change your task (make an unsignificant change, like adding a space somewhere in the text or so). Since it is locked into a transport you'll probably get a message similar to "Task will be added to transport request <transport number>".

    Cheers,

    Patrick

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      The other way is to find it via SE03 (option "Search for objects in request/task") and search for R3TR PDWS 12345678 (123456788 = your wf template number) or R3TR PDTS 12345678 (12345678 = your std task number).

      TS tasks are not version managed, and version management for WS tasks is unfortunately not linked with transport the same way than most other workfbench objects.

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 08:02 AM

    Hi

    Go to the transcation SE09.Give the user name select customizing request ,workbench request,transport of copies.select request status Modifiable.Then click on display button.Now you can see all the requests by the porticular user.Expand each .Then go to the search button and give the task name and search it.You can find the task.Else you have to expand all the request and find your task.If you have any more doubt please post it.

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    Pranab.

    Edited by: Pranab Pattanaik on Jan 16, 2009 1:38 PM

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      Hi,

      This is a way to find it, I agree. But in my scenario this would be very difficult for me since there is a lot of requests and tasks (for requests) created by that user and expanding and checking in each node would be nearly impossible.

      Regards,

      Jubish

  • Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 08:22 AM

    Hi Jubi,

    This can be found out using t-code SE01.

    Select Request Type as Workkbench Request (as tasks are stored in workbench request).

    Select Customizing request to show customizing tasks also if required.

    Select Request Status as 'Modified' and 'Released'.

    Click 'Display'

    Hope this helps!

    Regards,

    Saumya

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  • Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 08:34 AM

    Hi,

    Goto PFTC Enter the Task no., then Click display icon

    Then in menu Utilities --> Technical Information

    There you will find the package.

    Then double click the package name or Goto SE80 enter the Package name

    Then in menu Environment --> Transport Organizer(click it)

    There you can find which request it was stored.

    The Workflow Template will store in the Workbench Request and event mapping & the activation will stored in the customizing Request.

    While Creating & Activating the workflow itself this will ask for a Transport Request.

    Then you have release the both request.

    First move Workbench, then customizing Request.

    Regards,

    Surjith

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