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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.

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.

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.

Untitled2.jpgFigure 2

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.
Untitled3.jpgFigure 3

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)


                                               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 Raman Korrapati
      Raman Korrapati

      Useful and easiest one to understand....

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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.



      Author's profile photo SESHA PS
      SESHA PS

      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


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

      Very useful information,Thanks a lot.

      Best Regards,