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How to convert Local object ($TMP) to Transportable object by using SE03 Tcode

In SE03 Tcode, drop down “object Directory” folder and double click on “Change object Directory Entries”.


Enter the user name in “Person Responsible” field (user who created the object) and press execute button.


Here you have to expand your system ID (e.g PBZ)  and  you will get your object details.


Under $Temp select the object which you want to change to transportable object. After that click on object Directory.


It shows below pop up screen.


In the below screen change the package name. e.g. from $TMP to ZBW.


After that it will ask for request no. You can save the previous
request number or you can create new request number.


After changing pachage name you can see same object in SE01 Tcode under the same
package name.


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      Author's profile photo Leslaw Piwowarski
      Leslaw Piwowarski


      I like it.

      I remember I left some objects in $TMP and I didn't know what to do.

      Thanks for sharing.



      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Good document..

      Thanks for sharing.



      Author's profile photo Hubert POULIQUEN
      Hubert POULIQUEN

      Thanks for this procedure !!!... I was locked by BW Transformation assigned to $TMP post copy Prod to Dev... and was not able to put my adjusted transformation in a Transport Order...

      Very useful in my case  😉


      Author's profile photo Salam Alnuaimi
      Salam Alnuaimi

      very helpful! many thanks!


      Author's profile photo hassan barrouhou
      hassan barrouhou

      Yes it's very very helpful!!


      Author's profile photo Alan Liu
      Alan Liu

      It works perfectly, good blog! thanks a lot!

      Author's profile photo Ashok Chidipothu
      Ashok Chidipothu

      very Helpfull


      Thank u

      Author's profile photo Manjunatha Matam
      Manjunatha Matam
      Blog Post Author

      Thanks for all your valuable replies...

      Author's profile photo Péter Catano
      Péter Catano


      Author's profile photo Prasanna Reddy
      Prasanna Reddy

      Very Useful

      Author's profile photo Asha Prasanna
      Asha Prasanna

      Thanks a lot, very useful blog. Was able to resolve my issue too.

      Author's profile photo Bhaskar Nagula
      Bhaskar Nagula

      First Thanks for the info but in my case, it just displaying not being able to edit.


      Object directory no edit option

      Author's profile photo Sreeram Mohan
      Sreeram Mohan

      Excellent - Very useful, Good Clean Document.

      Thanks a lot!!

      Author's profile photo Shivani Gupta
      Shivani Gupta

      Thanks for sharing informative blog.