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hi,

i created a SAPSCRIPT form on DEV/100 and requested the form for transport to DEV/700 & PRD/888. the transport was successful as done by our basis but the modifications i did on the form was not present upon viewing. checking further, the form was not really transported bec. the time/date stamp of the form reflects that it's still the original form.

this is a custom PO form. we detached the form fromt he configuration and tried transporting but still the same problem.

thanks in advance,

rico

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2004 at 11:29 AM

    hi Rico,

    for DEV/700 u can directly download the form. go to se71 and then go to utilities and then click on copy from client. for production u must have authorisation to do this. may be ur basis person can help u regarding this

    Regards,

    kiran.

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2004 at 12:37 PM

    Please refer,

    SAP Note 3355

    Rgds,Freney.

    Message was edited by: Freney John

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2004 at 05:42 AM

    Rico, was the SAPscript activated before releasing the transport? Usually your problem happens when the form changed but not activated in the source client.

    Best regards,

    Harold

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      hi, harold,

      yes, you're right. it's the reason why my other 2 sapscript forms won't update/replaced the version on the DEV & PRD systems. and i happened to found this out when i requested for a transport log.

      thanks guys, you really sure help a lot of us!

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