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transport a deleted function

In our system(R/3 4.6C), there was a Function module which named 'zif_xxxx'.

I deleted the Function module in the DEV(development machine).

Then I transported it to QA(Quality assurance).

But I still can find the function parameters in table FUNCT in QA.

And I can't find the function parameters in table FUNCT in DEV.

Why?

Can anybody tell me why and how to resolve it.

Thankyou very much.

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2010 at 06:25 AM

    Did you check the transport logs? After deleting the FM what did you transport to QA? Any more objects included in that request

    There might be some objects that might not have been deleted sucessfully or have been locked. Check the components list and objects included in that transport.

    Edited by: K.Manas on Dec 28, 2010 7:33 AM

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  • Posted on Dec 28, 2010 at 07:09 AM

    There is only one object(functin group) in the transport id.

    I checked the log, and there wasn't any error.

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      Hi Jie,

      I feel instead of repairing that request and re-transporting you can create a new request with the objects and components you need to import further.

      All the function modules in a function group can access the global data of that group.

      Your request might have imported some objects those carried out that function paratemers to the table in QA system.

      You can try to delete the contents of that FM parameter and release the request again to transport.

      I think you need to follow that because you already have those parameters in QA already which you need to remove.

  • Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 07:28 AM

    sloved

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