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What is the package concept in Transports. I understand we have to assign objects to requests...but dont understand where packages come into play. Please help

Farhan

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 08:30 PM

    I created a req for Bex objects, assuming reporting agent settings come under Bex Objects, and assigned it to an existing package. but in SE10, I see no objects attached with the req i created...please help

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 08:31 PM

    Hi Farhan,

    This is the Definition I got from help.sap.com

    "A group of logically related development objects.

    A development class contains all the development objects that must be developed, maintained, and transported together. Typically, the objects that make up a transaction belong to one development class. Customer development classes begin with Y or Z."

    By default the package assigned is $TMP which signifies a Local Object which is not to be transported is saved with $TMP.

    Hope this helps..

    Ashish.

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