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Author's profile photo Alejandro Mejias

Mass Tadir changes using SE03

In my current assignment we need to reorganize transport packages in our dev environment and perform massive changes to tadir entries. Althought in other opportunities I have used SE03 transactions or SM30->TADIR, I found the problem of update objects one by one.

However there is a hidden funcionality in SE03 transaction allowing the change in a MASSive way.

Let’s begin. Supossed we need to change objects from a transport package (ZINM_02) to a new or existing transport package with, for instance, different transport routes.

Step 1. Call Transaction SE03

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Step 2. Click on Object Directory-> Change Object Directory Entries

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Step 3. Fill selection criteria according to your case. In my case all objects from package ZINM_02. Execute

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Step 4. Single Click on a group or one by one over each object and press F6 (Select/Deselect)

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Step 5. In okcode box write MASS and press [Enter] – The magic begins

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Step 6. In the new popup window you will be able to change for every selected object

Package

Person Responsible

Original System

Generation & repair flag

Simply introduce the new data (or leave it blank if you don’t want to change it and press [Enter].

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Thats ALL

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thank's a lot! This reduces so much stupid work!

      Author's profile photo Xue Ming Huang
      Xue Ming Huang

      WOW,It's so magic.It's very useful.

      Author's profile photo Matthew Billingham
      Matthew Billingham

      Exactly what I needed.

      Author's profile photo Dmitrii Sharshatkin
      Dmitrii Sharshatkin

      Thanks a lot for this post.

      Just a hint to all, who do not want to waste hours and millions of nerve cells :-)))

      Always restart used SE* (e.g. SE01) transactions. They have buffering, which makes me crazy sometimes... Your changes in SE03 won't be visible in SE01, unless you restart it !

      BR, Dima

       

      Author's profile photo Romil Vaghela
      Romil Vaghela

      Excellent information !

      Saved a lot of time.