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Local Transport

Hi,

What is the meaning of Local Transport? How to create it? Why a local transport is required? Why can't we use a workbench transport instead of local transport?

Please note that I am not talking about $tmp objects here.

Thanks and KInd Regards.

PRas

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  • Posted on Oct 26, 2010 at 03:03 AM

    Hello,

    Normally the local change requests have dev class as $tmp.

    The transport layer assigned to the development class will classify the

    object as transportable or not.

    Please take a look in SAP Note 28967 for further details,

    For changing the local transport requests into transportable you need

    assign a valid development class to it.Please refer to the attached SAP

    Note 32394 -Change object development class allocation

    Local change requests are not transportable then it does not generates

    the data/cofile.

    The development class (package) of the objects must have the

    transport layer which is associated with the transport route. If it

    does not have the from and to system defined, the request will be saved

    into a local change request.To export a object, some rules must be

    fulfilled. The object must be in a development class, which belongs to a

    transportable transport layer.The source system need also a destination

    system, otherwise the request will be a local (independent of the

    transport layer).

    Regards,

    David

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