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User Manual for Transporting SAP Query

Step1:

          Copy Usergroup from Global Area to Standard Area:

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Step 2: Copy Infoset from Global Area to Standard Area

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Step 3: Copy Infoset and queries from Global Area to Standard Area

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Step 4: Use the standard program ‘RSAQR3TR’ – SAP Transport tool.

Choose “Export” option and “Transport User Groups”

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Now the Query usergroup ‘ZHRUSER’ is  captured in the above transport request – AG2K906054.

Step 5: Use the standard program ‘RSAQR3TR’ – SAP Transport tool.

Choose “Export” option and “Transport Infosets and queries”

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Now the SAP queries are captured in the above transport request – AG2K906049

Step 6: Once the above transport request is released and transported follow the same procedure in the target client, but now this time with “Import” radio button selected.

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          (6a) Firstly, Import User Group with the relevant TR no. as given below:

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          (6b) Secondly, Import Infosets and Queries with the relevant TR no. as given below:

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  1. Vinoth Kumar

    Thank you Jaya. If we need to transport Query from Dev server to QA server, then is it required to run the program? (i.e, do EXPORT and IMPORT)

    Or it is required when we transport Query to other client in same server. Thanks,

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