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datasources component tree missing in RSA6


In developing environment, I activated datasources component tree with RSA9 and trasported them.

there was no issues in Quality environment and now when I checked RSA6 in Production environment, there is nothing there.

my transports have been moved according to basis team. Do I need to retransport from development or install it directly in Production environment.



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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 06:24 PM

    Hi Bhat,

    Check with your basis team once again whether they are implemented successfully in Production Source system.

    You can also check in STMS whether you transports successful or not.

    Goto STMS

    Click on Import Overview(truck symbol)

    Double click on your production system.

    Click on import history(you will have this option at top)

    Then here you can you transports and make sure you have RC for this as 0 or 4(green or yellow).

    If you have RED(RC8) then check the job log and try to solve it.

    Even if you find them in RC0 or RC4, ask basis people to re-import your transports. You might get your objects in production system.



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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 10:16 AM


    Yes ask basis what is the transport RC if it is 0 TRANSPORT SUCCESSFUL,4 means warning,

    8,12 etc are error code and you need to analyse transport log for this..

    if there are issue you need to tackle..

    are u doing it for first time check settings in RSLOGSYSMAP table for correct system/client mappings..

    Thanks and regards


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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 04:48 PM


    Best practice is transporting application component hierarchy, so pls ask BASIS team for retrasnport.


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