If you have compared the technical name of DTP in your BI development environment(DEV) and production environment(PRD), you’ll find they are different for the same DTP.This is normal and usually we don’t put more concern on it.We can still modify DTPs in DEV and transport them to PRD, everything is fine.
Yesterday I noiced something might be a bug regarding the different technical name of DTPs.Here’s the whole procedure:
1,Modify the “Number of Processes” to 1 in DEV of DTP “Z1CCOO01 -> Z1CCOO11″(technical name: DTP_48A6M6H0A91E5GOPWCF3FBDAS) and click the truck icon to create a request for PRD.
2,We can see the request includes the table RSBATCHPARALLEL.
3,In SE16, the table content shows this record
4,Then I transported this request. In PRD I saw the result of the transport, a same record in the table RSBATCHPARALLEL.
5,But, remember, the technical name of the same DTP is different in two systems, which means this record won’t help to make the change of settings in PRD.Take a look at the technical name below.
So the system has sucessfully tranported the table content to PRD. But due to the technical name change of DTP it wouldn’t bring the change of settings to PRD. I have to modify the number directly in PRD, it works fine.
Is this a BI7 bug? Or did I miss something?