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Change the error status of the request


I released a request which had syntax errors in a report program.Now while importing , this request comes in error.the program was then accurated and again sent with another request.The second request was imported.but the first request still comes in error which is not demanded.

My ques is how can the error status of the request be changed??


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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 06:22 AM

    Hi kanishak,

    I don't think you can do anything with the error transport....As it holds the snap shot of the program which was at that point in time when the request was created....

    What you have to ensure that we you take the object to the next system the sequence is followed then ensuring that you don't get any error in the next systems.



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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 01:33 PM

    Are you talking about the error status in the transport organizer (the red light adjacent to the transport button)? If this is the case, you can do the following:

    - click on the transports button

    - click on the error log for the transport which went wrong (you need to do that in order to be able to change the status of the transport)

    - go back one step (F3)

    - put the cursor on the transport request number

    - hit the error corrected button

    - you'll get a popup where you can put in a comment

    - e.g. Solved with subsequent transport

    - Confirm

    The transport will still be visible on the list as faulty import, but it will be marked as corrected and the light on the transport organizer screen will turn back to green.

    In case you do not want to see the transport in your list at all, instead of confirming on the popup click ok and delete - this will remove the transport from your list (it will not delete the transport)

    Hope that helps,


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