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Author's profile photo Dhruv Shah

Method to Find Transport requests for a Configuration Objects Easily

How to find a Transport Request for a particular configured Object?

We normally save our configurations in the Transport Requests. But sometimes it is very difficult to identify the TR against which a particular configuration has been saved. This requirement arises when there is a configuration mismatch across systems or someone has done changes in the configuration and we need to identify the TR against which configuration has been saved. SAP table E071K provides an easy method to identify the same:

E071K 1.jpg

The three fields of prime importance are: Request / Task, Table Name and the Object Name. For example we need to find out the TRs with reference to which changes have been done to a plant. Therefore we can enter the following details in the above table:

E071K 2.jpg

In the above screen shot DR* is with which a TR starts in a particular system / client, T001W is the table name in which plant specific configuration is saved and the Object name is the plant number whose TRs we need to find. Kindly note that if the configuration is saved in a view instead of a table, we can use the Field View Name instead of the Table Name field.

On executing, system will bring up all the TRs under which the particular configuration object has been created / changed:

E071K 3.jpg

The list of these TRs can then be displayed and analyzed in SE03 / SE09 to identify the exact problematic TR.

  Hope this is useful to all.

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      This information was extremely useful.

      Author's profile photo Srinivasan Raghavan
      Srinivasan Raghavan

      Good Info. Thank you.

      Author's profile photo Abhishek Padmanabhuni Ayyappa
      Abhishek Padmanabhuni Ayyappa

      Great post... very helpful

      Author's profile photo Ifty Din
      Ifty Din

      Thanks really helpful