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stupid question : is there a way to download a bsp application into a .txt file for instance and upload it in another system like for Abap programs?

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2004 at 10:43 AM


    I don't think you can copy your complete BSP application into local system.But layout,type definitions,event handler you can copy individually into the local file using the editor button "Save as local file"

    <b>If you want to copy your BSP application to other system. You can create a transport request and that you can transfer to other system.</b>



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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 03:28 PM

    Yuu can access your BSP application also via WebDAV and thus can be opened via any external editor. What's the idea behind your question?

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  • Posted on Jan 23, 2005 at 02:25 PM

    Hallo Huy,

    In R/3 systems, the transport system is the best way to move stuff between systems. You can place all the objects you wish onto a transport of copies, export it, and import the transport into the new system. The starting point is transaction SE09. You might need the help/approval of a system administrator, depending on your rights, etc. This is the simplest and best way to do it.

    If you should wish to develop your solution, look at CL_BSP_API_GENERATE. It is an API to create BSP applications.

    You can also look at our own report BSP_EXPORT_CLASSES (transaction SE38) that we use to dump BSP applications into text files. We use it for checking that our SP systems are in sync with our development system.


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