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How to find the transport request that changed a BW Object in the system

Any sudden change to an existing BW object(s) in the system may be caused by a transport request. This document helps in finding the transport request which made changes to a BW object. There are many ways to find it, of which two are shown below.

Use:
To check the changes done to a BW/BI object by a transport request.

Procedure 1:
1) Call T-Code: SE03 in the target system, drill down Transport Organizer Tools and then Drill down Objects in Requests> Select ‘Search for Objects in Requests/Tasks” > Execute.
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Figure 1



2) Enter the Object name, object type as shown in figure 2.(for example the object be the Process Chain – TEST_DAILY_PC and object type for process chain is RSPC) and press Enter. Select the check-box and execute.

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3) Now the transport requests( along with the owner and imported date) that changed the status of this Process Chain:TEST_DAILY_PC are displayed. The last three changes done on this PC: TEST_DAILY_PC is shown in figure 3.
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Based on the latest transport request (here DEVK981339), the changes can be tracked. Similarly, the status for any of the objects changed by the transport request can be tracked.

Procedure 2:

1. Call T-Code SE16 , Table Name: V_E071

2. Enter the Object technical name in ‘OBJ_NAME’ > Execute (Figure 4)

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                                               Figure 4

3. All the transport requests that changed that particular object would be displayed under ‘TRKORR’ field.


List of most changed objects and its object type

DTPA – Data Transfer Process: Active Version
ISIP – InfoPackage
TRFN – Transformation
METH – Method (ABAP Objects)
RSPT – Process Chain Starter
RSPC – Process chain
RSPV – Process variants
ROUT – Routine
TABU – Table Contents
TRCS – Communication Structure for Transformation
ISCS – Communication structure
OSOA – DataSource (Active Version)
ISFS – DataSource Replica
ODSO – DataStore Object
EVEN – Event- Administration Chains
AREA – InfoArea
CUBE – InfoCube
IOBJ – InfoObject
ISIP – InfoPackage
MPRO – MultiProvider
PROG – Program


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      Author's profile photo Suman Chakravarthy K
      Suman Chakravarthy K

      Simple and Nice!!!

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      Thanks Suman. 🙂

      Author's profile photo CH Raman
      CH Raman

      Useful and easiest one to understand....

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      Former Member
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      Thanks KR 🙂

      Author's profile photo Anshu Lilhori
      Anshu Lilhori

      Amazing stuff..Really helpful to track the changes when we do not have version management in place.

      Regards,

      AL

      Author's profile photo seshu P
      seshu P

      Helpful INFO , Thanks For Sharing .

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      Former Member

      Really Helpful. I never know this tracking as of now.

      Best Regards,

      Venu Gopal

      Author's profile photo KIRANMAI B
      KIRANMAI B

      Hi,

      Can i know the object type for the query and query elements.

      Very useful information,Thanks a lot.

      Best Regards,

      Kiranmai