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Request in SAP

Hi experts

when request get created in SAP i.e.

1. if i made configuration changes for solving issue?

2. if i made changes in master data ?

3.if abap related editing required to solve issue?

4. if any transactional level changes carried out to solve issue?


is it possible to find out what is the & what type of issue was from request no.?

pls provide guidance


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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 04:50 PM

    Transport requests are not created for master data and transactional data changes.

    They are normally created for customizing (IMG) and ABAP changes.

    Go to table E070 and enter your request number and look for the field Type.

    It may mean the following:

    Type DescriptionKWorkbench Request (ABAP)WCustomizing Request (IMG)CRelocation of Objects Without Package ChangeORelocation of Objects with Package ChangeERelocation of Complete PackageTTransport of CopiesSDevelopment/CorrectionRRepairXUnclassified TaskQCustomizing TaskGPiece List for CTS ProjectMClient Transport RequestPPiece List for UpgradeDPiece List for Support PackageFPiece List

    Also you may look at table E071 if you need any further information.

    You can also look a the thread here for some more information

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