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BPS transporting Planning Sequences

I am trying to find out if there is a secret to transporting planning functions/sequences.

I am transporting at the level and and select the Area, and the Level. Everything including the level & layouts are transported, but the planning function and sequence is not transporting.

When I go into the Planning Profile and click on the Sequences icon, all I see if XXX. I don't see any of the sequences I created.

Thanks, Keith Johnson

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  • Posted on May 05, 2005 at 07:45 AM

    Hello Keith

    two possible reasons:

    - The planning profile is not transported completely. Set the target system to "General Overview" and see if the functions/sequences are there.

    - A bug in the transport tool. Did you use BPS0 or program UPC_TRANSPORT_BPS_ALL? Check notes for example 681094, 793004 ("scheduling function" is a bad translation and should be "planning function"). Implement support packages.



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    Posted on May 07, 2005 at 03:45 PM


    Are you using a planning profile? If so, you might want to check to see if the planning functions and planning sequenses you are missing is on that planning profile in Development and if so collect and re-transport the planning profile and reset/reassign the planning profile in the new system after. If those functions and sequences are not on the planning profile in development, you need to add them onto the planning profile and retransport the planning profile.

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