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Change Request Management scenario: Working examples “Development without Release” phase

This blog covers the Development without release phase as part of the working case initiated in SDN blog: Change Request Management scenario: Working examples.

Here you will find also the possible actions and statuses of normal and urgent corrections, when you are in this MC phase.

In this phase:

Corrections can be developed; Transport requests, TR from now on, and transport tasks can be created. Export, however, are not permitted (except for the urgent corrections)

Export of urgent corrections are permitted in every phase except for the Go-Live phase.

When using the regular correction SDMJ, this phase is not recommended because the transport of copies can not be exported.

This is the suggested test for the set of corrections created before in this phase:

 

Correction

Initial User Status

Action

Final User Status

Details

SDMJ 8000001046

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

 

SDMJ 8000001049

Created

 

Created

 

SDMJ 8000001051

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

 

 

In Development

Create Transport Request

 

Created SMMK900664 but left empty

SDMJ 8000001053

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

 

 

In Development

Create Transport Request

In Development

 

 

In Development

Logon to System

In Development

SMMK900666, task released

SDMJ 8000001055

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

 

 

In Development

Create Transport Request

In Development

SMMK900668

 

In Development

Logon to System

In Development

SMMK900668, task released

 

In Development

Complete Development

To be Tested

Error: Action  cannot be performed during this maintenance phase

Notice that status has changed to “To be tested” but further available actions not allow you to go on until you don´t change the phase, see screen 1 below.

 

To be Tested

Reset Status to “In development”

In development

 

SDMJ 8000001057

Created

Cancel Procedure

Withdrawn

 

SDHF 8000001067

Created

 

 

 

SDHF 8000001069

Created

Withdraw Correction

Withdrawn

 

SDHF 8000001071

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

The “Create transport request” popup appears automatically, created SMMK900670 but left empty, H000000398

SDHF 8000001073

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

The “Create transport request” popup appears automatically, created SMMK900672,H000000399

 

In Development

Logon to System

 

SMMK900672, task released

SDHF 8000001075

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

The “Create transport request” popup appears automatically, created SMMK900674, H000000400

 

In Development

Logon to System

In Development

SMMK900674, task released

 

In Development

Pass Correction to Test

To be tested

“Select Transport Request to be Released” popup appears with the transport orders of this SDHF, in our case only entry for  SMMK900674 appears, select it, see screen 2 below.

When saving a new Information popup appears saying:

Import into system SMM       200 started

Go to the task list from the document flow area to see if this import in quality system is ok, see screen 3.

SDHF 8000001077

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

The “Create transport request” popup appears automatically, created SMMK900676, H000000401

 

In Development

Logon to System

In Development

SMMK900676, task released

 

In Development

Pass Correction to Test

To be tested

“Select Transport Request to be Released” popup for  SMMK900676 appears, select it.

Import into system SMM       200 started

 

To be tested

Logon to System

To be tested

Check if the change is correct

 

To be tested

Confirm Successful Test

Successfully Tested

 

SDHF 8000001079

Created

Set to “In Development”

In Development

The “Create transport request” popup appears automatically, created SMMK900678, H000000402

 

In Development

Logon to System

In Development

SMMK900678, task released

 

In Development

Pass Correction to Test

To be tested

“Select Transport Request to be Released” popup for  SMMK900678 appears, select it.

Import into system SMM       200 started

 

To be tested

Logon to System

To be tested

Check if the change is correct

 

To be tested

Confirm Successful Test

Successfully Tested

 

 

Successfully Tested

Released for Production

Authorized for Import

 

 

Authorized for Import

Import Correction to Production System

Production

Popup: Import into system SMM       300 started

 

Confirm Correction

 

Production

Confirm Correction

Confirmed

 

 

Confirmed

Complete Correction

Completed

Popup Complete Urgent Correction appears, see screens 4

Screen 1:

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Screen 2:

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Screens 3:

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You should also go to the satellite to check that the import is correctly performed.

Screens 4:

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With these correction statuses I change the phase to from “Development without release” to “Development with Release”:

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I go to the SDMN document:

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If you click on Flow icon you will see the corrections assigned to this MC:

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Then I select action button:

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I select “In Development with Release”:

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See that there is not warning or error indicated, so all is ok with this MC phase change.

Note: implement note 1239726 “Incorrect status for scheduled jobs” if you have not already done before going to the next phase.

Next phase in SDN Blog: Change Request Management scenario: Working examples “Development with Release” phase

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  1. Pavan Reddy
    Hi,
       I am facing some issue in change request.

       I found the same issue in this blog in the Screen:1

    Error: Action can not be performed due to an exceptional situation.

    Please help me how you resolved the issue.

    Regards,
    Pavan.

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    1. Dolores Correa Post author
      Hello,
      Please see in these blogs what can be done in each Maintenance Cycle phase to see where is your issue.
      Hope this helps,
      Dolores
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