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Issue with transporting web templates

Hi all,

We collected Report Agent settings in the RSA1 transport collector incl. web templates and transported them to Q system (status = yellow (some document activation was missing in RSODADMIN)).

The web templates are NOT visible in q-system, and even worse, the web templates can NOT be safed anymore with BEx-WAD tool (message: 'The object cannot be processed due to a transport problem') on D-system.

Questions:

Did anyone experience the same issue?

How is WAD and the transport mechanism linked?

How can transported web templates be edited and safed on D-system?

Any input appreciated!

Markus

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  • Posted on Feb 19, 2005 at 02:54 PM

    I don't know why they are not in q-system, but you should create a new BEX request on your D-system, log off from the WAD and logon again. This should solve the saving problem, afterwards you could try transporting again.

    Tom

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    Posted on Feb 19, 2005 at 09:08 PM

    Make sure that the webtemplate is not locked by unreleased transport.

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    • Former Member Bhanu Gupta

      Hi Bhanu,

      Yes - we created a new BEX CTS....

      But in regards of the BW: LOIO and BW: PHIO Class.., the system created a REPAIR on threse objects what we moved to Q and re-imported the web templates and rep agent settings.

      The transports get RC4 with a message indicating that documents need to be activated in Q manually via TCode RSODADMIN. Therefore we would have to 'open' Q for customizing....is this the process to transport Web Templates - hard to believe! What is your experience here?

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