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Hi Friends,

We have GUI 730 and ECC 6 Service Pack 3 . How to on the modification Assistant ? In the menu Edit = > Modification Operations

there is no Modification Assistant On button . Where do I start looking for ? How does a modification assistant work?

Checked old version in Z program where modification assistant was on the Insert buttons are coming .

Suppose I wish to on the Modification Assistant on in the development sever in ECC 6 what should I do ?

Thanks in Advance.

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    Posted on Aug 21, 2012 at 07:01 AM

    Hi

    The function to switch off/on assistant should be still there (I have SAP GUI 7.30 and EPH5), but it's active only for standard program and for custom one created in other system.

    Max

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 08:07 AM

    You must change the original system to activate the modification assistant. Try to "relocate" new objects once they are first transported in production. (Try transaction SE03, "Change Object Directory Entries of Objects in a Request")

    But usually the version management is enough to track modifications.

    Regards,

    Raymond

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    • Not truly the upgrade, this is not a new behavior of system, the assistant could have been a consequence of the way the upgrade project from 4.6 to ECC 6, I suppose the development system for the upgrade was rebuilt, so the copied objects were not in their original system and triggered the modification assistant when updated. New objects are, by definition, in their original system, so the assistant will not trigger. Actually many people will consider that the update team forgot to relocate the objects...

      Regards,

      Raymond

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