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Rever after RESET TO ORIGINAL during upgrade (SPAU)

Hello,

We have upgraded from EEC6.0 with EHP4. As part of this upgrade, we were using SPAU to adjust the objects.

Accidentally, we happened to use RESET TO ORIGINAL option for MESSAGE CLASS objects. They were under Without modification assistant (Modifications and Enhancements).

I suspect that we might have lost new messages to be incorporated. Kindly suggest on how we can revert back this setting. The objects RESET are no longer visible, so would like to know how i can be made visible too.

TIA,

Regards,

Srikanth Peri

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:10 PM

    Use version management to compare the versions and put back whatever changes are needed.

    Rob

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      Thanks Rob!

      Correct me if I am wrong. There isn't any concept of version management for message classes right ?

      (I remember reading about it in some other post)

      If that is the case, how can i ever retrive those message class information which was RESET TO ORIGINAL

      Srikanth Peri

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2010 at 06:36 PM

    Sorry - I didn't catch on to the message class part of the question.

    I'm sure others will have better ideas, but all I can think of is making a change to an unrelated message and then run SPAU to see if it picks both the old and new versions up. If it does, maybe you can see where it gets them.

    Rob

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