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We are almost halfway through 2010, take a break rather take a deep breath and think –
- In last 6 months – Which event impacted or has potential to impact your chosen professional area most?
- Or what happened in Enterprise solution space to have impacted product or solution of your interest and how are you going to tackle it?
While you are thinking here is a small tip to help you in your present job –
I keep seeing lot many questions on SDN forum about BW transports, sequence etc. While going through those threads I realized each one of us in apprehensive about collecting BW objects in different transports and the sequence of those transports.
I discussed with quite a few seasoned consultants and each of them had his own comfortable way of handling those. But the one I liked most and found more generic to be used (based on my experience) came from a friend of mine (a BW expert) –
Source System Transport
- Source system transports – FIRST to GO
BW Transport (only one is needed)
- Collect your process chains (with necessary objects) in a transport – It shall bring in all the objects including your delta DTPs.
- Collect your Initial Infopackages, which are not part of process chain.
- Query / web templates / RRI – LAST to GO.
Send them (2, 3, 4 all in one) in one go after successful transport of 1. No need to create multiple transports; no need to worry about sequence etc.
Needless to say try it on Sandbox, development system before attempting on production environment.
See you soon!!!
Disclaimer – Idea is to learn something in couple of seconds without going through lengthy blogs or articles. BW-Tweet hopes to exist with blogs and articles rather than replacing those. Also this is reproduction of concepts and in no way qualify as an original piece of work.