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Normal correction in ChaRM, how do we release transports in 'Test' phase ?

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I copied SDMJ to ZDMJ as our normal correction transaction type. The default behavior for SDMJ is that when maintenance cycle is in 'Test' phase you can not release the transport within normal correction. An error message 'Action cannot be performed during this maintenance phase' is issued. Is there any way to remove this restriction?

I did not find any entry for SDMJ for CHECK_PHASE in 'in development' status in customizing object TSOCM_COND_MAPP. So I think it might be a default action for SDMJ.

Any idea? your help is greatly appreciated

Ming

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 07:08 AM

    Hi

    All the normal corrections are based upon maintenance cycle

    Pls check this

    https://websmp102.sap-ag.de/~sapidb/011000358700000872592009E.zip

    Note

    Note 935060 - Information about the transaction type - validated correction

    regards

    Prakhar

    Edited by: Prakhar Saxena on Oct 7, 2009 12:39 PM

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      Prakhar

      Thanks for your response. What you talked about is standard functionality for SDMJ transaction. But some behavior can be customized. through 'assign conditions to status value' in IMG. for example, remove 'SAME_USER' check.

      It does not seems to have CHECK_PHASE for E0002 status in SDMJ. That is why I am asking if somewhere else release transport restriction can be removed for SDMJ

      Thanks

      Ming

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