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the new master note of SAP Solution Manager 7.1 Support Package 12 is released:

1969109- SAP Solution Manager 7.1 SP12 – Basic functions


This helps to improve the custom code and custom code lifecycle management.




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  1. Shkelzen Hasanaj

    Hi Mr. Juergen Mahler (and everybody who might help with this),

    I’d like to ask your help to clarify something at this point as I am a little confused.

    Following the instructions regarding the Manual Activity necessary to be done before the implementation of the new Note, the SPAU seems a little confusing.

    3. Perform an SPAU adjustment

    Call transaction SPAU (“Modification Adjustment: Object Selection”) and check the status of the SAP Notes.

    Perform the adjustment for all SAP Notes that already exist or reset them to their original status.

    In the SPAU i have this situation:


    In the SNOTE:

    I’d be grateful if you could shadow some light on the following questions:

    Should, in this case, all the Notes (8) which are under be reset in SPAU (Menu>>Modifications>>Reset to Original)?

    What would be the difference from resetting the Notes in SNOTE?

    Best regards

    1. Former Member Post author


      there is no difference between SPAU and SNOTE in this case. SPAU is a specialized transaction for the modification adjustment.

      It provides an overview about all modified objects which were overwritten by an update/upgrade.

      In case of SAP notes it will call internally transaction SNOTE which is responsible for the SAP Note  adjustment.




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