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You want, for example, to fix a method implementation of a class quickly. Unfortunately, some other method implementations have already been locked in a transport request by your colleague. Up to now, you could just assign your fix to your colleague’s request.

From now on, you can decide to which transport request you want to assign your changes

How does it work? When you start editing a class and parts of the class are already assigned to open transport requests, the system will open the Link Up of Transport Requests dialog. Here you need to decide whether you want to assign your changes to the transport request of your colleague or to another one.

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Fig. 1: Example of a dialog where you select the assignment of the transport request

Choose one of the following options to handle your changes:

  • Link up with selected transport: to combine with the already assigned transport request
  • Select other transport at save: to assign another new or existing transport request

       NOTE: Changes to method implementations, which are already assigned to another transport request, are not supported.

  • Chancel: to have a break and maybe to discuss with colleagues how to continue

Thus, this feature allows you more flexibility to manage changes and makes a developer’s life a little bit easier.

For further information, enjoy taking a look on the help documentation:

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