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Migration of SAP Query objects


I am searching for some "best practice" information about the migration process of SAP Query objects (standard area, client specific) between systems after upgrading a custom development system to the next release.

I know the SAP online help for transporting the relevant objects. But there only the straight forward path is described. In my case I have to face problems with changed tables, consolidating queries from various clients and systems (prod and test) and so on.

In addition here are some detailed questions I have:

- Is there a way to check whether a query is still working and the underlying infoset needs no repair? You can get this info e.g. when opening the infoset. But is there a way to get this information in a more systematical approach (for a huge number of queries).

- Will we face problems when transporting queries from non-unicode to unicode systems?

Please share your experiences!

Thank you,


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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 10:31 AM

    Hi Volker,

    Have a look at OSS Note 119655. Hope this note gives some inputs.



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