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Application component Hierarchy Transfer from Dev to QA

HI,

We need to transport the application Component Hierarchy from r/3 dev to r/3 qa .

when we select the datasources and click the transport button it does not show up a transport request.

when i tried to run RSA9 transaction in r/3qa it does not get executed and says " no changes allowed" as the system is locked . Our r/3 qa is locked so that no changes are allowed in the system as testing is under progress. our application component hierarchy looks blank with no data sources .

Is there any work around so that i can transfer the application component hierarchy in r/3 qa so that i can replicate the datasources on the bw side or should we open the client and run the RSA9 transaction so that the application component hierarchy is visble and replication can be done on the bw side.

I can only transfer Data sources from Dev to QA. Since I am not able to transfer the "Application component hierarchy" I cann't replicate the Data Sources into BW.

Thanks in advance for your advise.

Regards,

Mani

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2004 at 04:45 PM

    Cant u find the application component in the transport connection in RSA1 and transport to QA?

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    Posted on Jul 16, 2004 at 05:10 PM

    I believe the problem is that your app comp hier is not assigned to a package. You need to change this from $TMP to some other package. You can do this using the transport organizer tools transaction SE03(Change Obj Directory Entries). The object type is dsaa. If you search RSA9 in OSS I think you'll find some mention of this.

    good Luck

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