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NO Standard (Basic) or Initial configuration in TRM

Hi Experts, when activating the Business Functions for TRM the new menu appears, but when entering in any

configuration object in the SPRO everything is blank no initial or standard configuration. When entering the golden client 000

it appears but no in DEV or QAS

Thanks in advance.....

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  • Posted on Oct 05, 2010 at 06:11 PM

    We had the same situation when we first implemented TRM. However, you can copy the configuration from client 000 to your Dev client. In your Dev client, go into the relevant configuration transactions and select Utilities -> Adjustment to copy the standard configuration from the client 000. You will need an RFC connection to client 000 to perform the adjustment. When you save the adjusted entries in your Dev client a transport will be generated that you can use to move the configuration to your QAS and Production systems.

    This process can be applied to other areas of configuration, not just TRM.

    Regards,

    Shannon

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    • If I remember correctly, copying a product type copied more than just the "define product type" config - it copied in other configuration related to that product type. But yes, you will need to go through the configuration transactions individually to make sure what you need has been copied or to copy it or set it up. As you noted, client 000 is only going to have the delivered company code and chart of accounts. So you will have to set up any configuration that is company code and/or chart of account specific.

      As far as I know, there's no transaction to copy everything and configure it for your company code. When we implemented TRM, we brought in a very knowledgeable treasury consultant TRM and this is what he said had to be done - if there was another way, I'm sure he would have known about it.

      Regards,

      Shannon

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