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Process Chain triggers Automatically after the Transport

Hello There,

I have a Process chain setup to load Transaction Data and the infopackets are set to "Immediate Start"..

When I transport these to Test environment, they are getting executed immediately after the transport..

Just wondering ,, this is what it intended to do.. because I don't want to run them after the transport.. is it something I am missing anything here ??

Your comments are much appreciated..

Thanks

Mavi

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2004 at 02:04 AM

    Mavi,

    Before you transport your Process Chain, you need to delete the schedule from the "Start" process type in your development box.

    Step : a) Maintain variant for the "Start" process type

    b) Click "Delete" button

    c) Save to the transport request

    d) Release the transport request with the process chain.

    e) Transport to your target system e.g. test/production.

    P/S : Please remember to assign Reward points to my solution. TQ.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,

    Lye

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      Mavi,

      Once you click delete and save. The schedule is deleted. You could view via Maintain Start Variant -> Direct Scheduling button.

      You will noticed that there is nothing schedule i.e. all tabs (immediate, specific datetime, etc) are not scheduled.

      Answering to your question on modifiable in Test and Production box :

      All you have to do is go to RSA1 -> Transport Connection -> Object Changeability -> Change the Process Chain objects to Changeable -> Save.

      And you are done i.e. you could change the scheduling of the RSPC in Test and Production.

      Remember to assign the point to the solution provided...:-)

      Thanks.

      Regards,

      Lye

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