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Identify roles transported

Hi,

In a traditional ERP system landscape (DEV, QA and PROD), I would like to identify which roles are in which environment.

Role transport management is used to move roles from DEV to QA and to PROD.

Many thanks in advance. Best regards,

Imanol

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    Jul 30, 2010 at 08:30 AM

    Hi Inamol,

    You can check them in the table AGR_DEFINE for each system & then compare it with other system's AGR_DEFINE table

    You can also check in transaction PFCG for each system

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    Jul 30, 2010 at 08:31 AM

    Inmaol,

    First goto the STMS queue and then select the option of the Import History.

    once in the impot history -> EDIT--> Dsplay More and you will get the details as to which client the transport was imported and the user who has imported the transport request. you can also increase date(range) selection also.

    2. Se03-> Request/Task->enter ACGR ->click the check box->enter thr role names->execute.

    3.Table E070 to view transport histroy.

    Thanks,

    Sri

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    Jul 30, 2010 at 11:22 AM

    Sri,

    I don't know the transport order numbers. I just want to check for some roles existing in the system to which environments have been transported.

    For the options you provided, I liked SE03 but I don't have ACGR type. Where do I have to enter that?

    1. SE03

    2. Request / Tasks

    3. Find Requests

    4. what else??

    Thanks for all. Regards,

    Imanol

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    Jul 30, 2010 at 11:42 AM

    Start with your DEV system first:

    1) Identify request owner, details (roles contains) = SE01 = Select Customizing Request = list out only those requests which contains roles attributes.

    2) List all the TR's in a sheet where you can keep record on request = role

    3) Get in QAS, PRD STMS => Import overview & find out if the request is imported (yellow)

    The above steps just help you to find those roles which were transported, step 2 will help you to find the customized roles (from PFCG) which was export / imported in target systems.

    Regards;

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    Jul 31, 2010 at 11:04 PM

    Hi ,

    what is the unlitmate goal of this activity:

    Are you trying to find the productive roles

    and segregate the non productive roles?

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    Aug 04, 2010 at 12:20 PM

    Hi Imanol,

    By using E071 table you can get the all roles relevant information. Whether those roles are transported or not if transported then how many times those are transported from one environment to another environment.

    Her you can get the all transport request details also.

    In E071 table specify the role name in Object name field and execute, then you will get the entire list.

    Thanks,

    Siva

    Edited by: SivaShankar Matta on Aug 4, 2010 2:20 PM

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    Aug 08, 2010 at 09:37 AM

    You can use the view V_E071EU. This joins the transport number info (E070 table) and what was in it (E071 table). In SE16N filter the view on OBJECT = ACGR and you should get a comprehensive list in the OBJ_NAME filed. Including the transport name will help you identify where the role / profile came from (e.g patch, upgrade, development, QA, other environment).

    Note role changes made directly in production would not be shown here as no transport is generated. You would need to use SUIM to identify these (if there are any).

    Hope this helps,

    Jamie

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