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How do I find the so called "Standard Request"

I've read thru the docs and the slides. It seems like a dumb question but where is the "Standard Request" . It says if I don't create a special one that uses the package it goes to the "Standard Request". I don't see this in se10.

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  • Posted on May 23, 2005 at 09:30 PM

    Hi,

    I think you are referring to "Standard BEX Transport Request" which is the common request for any changes made through BEX.

    You can find it in Transaction RSOR --> shiftctrl0(Create Transport request for BEX Button)

    This Transport will be maintained by the Basis team.

    Thank you

    Arun

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      Hi

      Does the Standard BEX Transport Request still work in BW 3.1C? I was under the impression that all work done in the query designer/Web Application Designer automatically went into this request, without any prompts for packages and transports?

      It doesn't seem to be doing that in 3.1.

      Thanks

      Chami

  • Posted on May 24, 2005 at 12:27 AM

    Hi Charmi,

    I am working on 35 it is doing the same thing, collecting in the standard request.

    Thank you

    Arun

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