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What is "SAP Gateway Business Suite Enablement -Model" ( and Service ) in a transport?

We have developed two packages, one for the backend and one for the gateway. When I go to create a transport for the backend I see objects listed under "SAP Gateway Business Suite Enablement -Model" and "SAP Gateway Business Suite Enablement -Service". Should these objects typically be transported? Oddly, in my case, they seem to be referencing names from a different test service that was created.

The rest of the stuff all looks good to me.

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    Dec 08, 2016 at 07:18 AM

    These are Gateway artefacts which are generated upon pressing 'Generate runtime artefacts' button in SEGW. These are required for your service to work.

    Model is a proxy to MPC class, while the Service is a proxy to DPC class. You can see these objects in Tcodes /IWBEP/REG_MODEL and /IWBEP/REG_SERVICE.

    Before SEGW, developer had to go to these Tcodes and manually create these objects. Also the name you give/available in /IWBEP/REG_SERVICE is the one which is used by you when you register the service in /IWFND/MAINT_SERVICE (In Gateway system).

    About your doubt if it belongs to a different service, go to above Tcodes and verify if Model and Service point to right classes.

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  • Dec 16, 2016 at 03:55 PM

    In addition to what Krishna wrote you can have a look at the following blog that I wrote

    https://blogs.sap.com/2014/07/07/how-to-transport-fiori-like-applications-using-sap-solution-managers-quality-gate-management/

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