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Former Member
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Hi all;

What are the request order in the following objects and how to reset the order? I have the following objects in my transport request..please help me to organized them in order.

1. InfoArea

2. Infocube

3. Element of the Query

4. Infopackage

5. Multi providers

6. ODS Objects.

I am deleting these unused it's so important to have them in orders.

Thanks in advance.

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Former Member
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The order would apply when they are all in different transport requests . It is the best practice to create individual requests for each of these objects.

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Former Member
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This is the order for transport requests:

Info Area

Info Object Catalog

Info Source

Transfer rules


Update Rules for ODS


Update Rules for Cubes

Info Packages

Multi Providers



(Queries and Workbooks always go at the last ).

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Former Member
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This is just one request which has those elements.., as Aneesh said if they are in the same request should I just take the system default order what I have then? please varify thank you.

Former Member
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if you have everything in one request, enter this request, unlock all objects and delete request.

then create separate requests



Former Member
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If you must delete them, you can use this sequence :

1) Element of the query

2) Infopackage

3) Multiprovider

4) Infocube

5) ODS

6) Infoarea

I hope this will help you.


Former Member
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thanks for the quick reply,, but how do I set the order in transport? please let me know. thank you.

Former Member
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Order in a transport does not matter. Order across transports matters. So if an InfoO bject is in one transport and InfoCube using the InfoObject in another transport, the InfoObject transport must go in first and then the InfoCube.

Ensure that the InfoObjects go in first and then the rest of the objects. A safe way of doing it, albeit time consuming, is to dump everything in one transport.