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How can I check what kind of values does transport request saves?

Dear All,

I have changed the max.foregin exchange rate from 1% to 0% in company code global data and added a new error message 212 in work area F5. Then I transport it to QA system and PRD system.

However in T001 table change log PRD, the address was said to be changed from a number to another number also. But I don't remember that I changed the address of a company code. And I was not able to find the value before and after the change. Do you know where I can find the address of the company code? I have tried to get address in company code global data but in the poped dialog neither of the values are found. It is strange that the addresses of other company codes in T001 are not changed.

And in the transport request, the new number was not included. I don't very understand what kind of information was included but I know I did not change other config of the company codes.

I have 2 questions

1. Where I can find the address of a company code?

2. How to see what information has been included in the transport request?

Thank you in advance.

Emma

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    Posted on Aug 06, 2009 at 11:46 AM

    Hi

    Go to T-code SE38 give the programe name then click on Utilities->version-> version management here we can check the object which is modified or not .

    Hope this help you

    Regards

    Sirigiri

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 09:21 PM

    Hello,

    You have posted a question that is related to system transports. Unfortunately this category is not related to these kind of questions. SAP TM deals with logistics in the real world - moving pallets, containers, loading trucks, etc.

    To learn more about SAP TM please visit [http://service.sap.com/scm-tm|http://service.sap.com/scm-tm]

    Therefore I will now move this thread to the category Software Logistics. Thank you for your understanding.

    Kind regards,

    Nico van Os.

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