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I thought to give some basic transport steps. how we can transports from BW Dev – Bw Quality – BW prod.

Actually this part was taken care by basis team. If we know basic steps it will be good for us.

Here i am explained how we transport a Full DTP from dev to Quality and then to prod in parts wise..

After creating the DTP, all changes may be stored in local package. So we need to collect in custom package because objects which are in local packages are not transportable.

How to capture DTP in TR(transport request):

In bw we can use Transport connection to capture changes in TR or Directly we can capture changes in TR.

DTP Was in active status., double click on DTP, from menu Go to Object Directory Entry. like below

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Go to change symbol, enter ZBW(custom – package which we have) save, package  was changed, continue, on next screen
it may ask TR, click on create icon(white symbol one), There enter description of your TR, continue, automatically one TR will generated. Continue, again save DTP and activate. Your TR have activated DTP.

 

Go to Tx – SE10, click on display button  or press F5, you will get below screen.

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Enter your TR and continue. You will get below screen. My screen shows as released and target system was BQA. When
we see this first time, you will see modifiable(in place of released).

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Now we need to release transport in BW dev. Here always first need to release task(XXXX0958) if you have multiple
below 0958, in any sequence you can release them after that only we need to release TR(XXXX0957).

How to release:

Select your task, ex: here XXXX0958(child) and click on transport bus symbol, like this way release task(s) and finally release TransportXXXX0957 (Parent). Refresh the screen. All requests which are under modifiable, after release will come under released as above scree showed. Against request you will see tick mark also after released.

You can check the transport logs(red mark on above pic), on the same screen, select your request and on tool bar you will see icon for transport logs, click on it and see, you may see its as success like below.

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Now we released in BW Dev environment and next step we need to import in BW Quality. i will Continue on part 2.

http://scn.sap.com/community/data-warehousing/netweaver-bw/blog/2013/06/28/bw-requests-how-to-transport-and-import-part–2

Thanks for reading

RK

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  1. Karunakar Reddy

    Hi Ramanjaneyulu,

    It is very good documents for the beginners. Appreciate if you explain in detail the 5 options when to check/uncheck.

    Best Regards

    karunakar

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  2. Priyanka Jain

    Hi,

    Nice document. Easy and simple to understand.

    Have read the other part of it also. Liked both of them.

    Keep sharing more such documents.

    Thanks,

    Priyanka

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  3. Birajini Devi

    Thanks  Raman for sharing a wonderful blog. It’s easy to understand. This steps are necessary to understand for all BI developer before transporting  BI objects.

    Regards,

    B Devi

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  4. Antony Jerald J

    Hi Raman,

    This is really a good document!!  Thanks for sharing with us…

    I have a little query here:

    While transporting requests from Quality to Production, we usually do it without overwrite option.  Here, you had shown transporting from Development to quality with overwrite option.  From your Part 2 document, which option we exactly need to select to do transportation of requests without overwrite option?  Though it’s a basis activity, I’m eager to know this 😛 Could you plz let me know?

    Regards,

    Antony Jerald.

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    1. Raman Korrapati Post author

      hi Antony,

      If your transport have new objects which are not in target system you can go with/out overwrite option.

      if your transporting the object(with changes) which was already existed in target system, in that case better to use overwrite option.

      Thanks

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      1. Antony Jerald J

        Hi


        Thanks for your reply 🙂

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        In case if I want to do transport to Production system from quality system without overwrite option, from the above screen shot, which options should I uncheck?  Is that I need to deselect Overwrite originals, and Overwrite objects in unconfirmed repairs?

        Regards,

        Antony Jerald.

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        1. Raman Korrapati Post author

          Hi,

          Rather than doubts, you can select as i shown and move your transport to prod. nothing will be wrong. All changes were move to prod.Every thing will be perfect.

          In clear way. consider below ex:

          My data source was exist in prod. now i need to enhancement.

          so did enhancement at dev system and need to transport to production.

          now i will move my transport with overwrite option. its just overwrite the old data source. i.e my data source will have enhanced str.

          Overwrite – its just over write the old one.

          Thanks

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          1. Antony Jerald J

            Ok Fine 😉

            There are cases where we did transportation to Production from quality without overwrite option by seeking basis help, during our BW migration to BW on hana  🙂

            Just my curiosity to know how can we achieve such cases(ie.,transporting without overwrite)

            Regards,

            Antony Jerald.

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              1. Antony Jerald J

                My doubt here is how can we do that transportation without overwrite option!!!  Which option do I need to select which will provides transportation without over write option (do I need to refer the screen shot as shown in my above reply and un check those options which will provide transport without overwrite?).  Correct me if i’m wrong 🙂

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                1. Suman Chakravarthy K

                  HI ANtony,

                  Instead of shooting so many questions, Why don’t you press F1 on each check box, which will give you self explanation? This makes sense, right?

                  Regards,

                  Suman

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