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How can i transport a textelement


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hi which text element are u talking about??? please give us detail

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How can i transport standard text from one system to another system

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If you are talking about text created with SO10, then use RSTXTRAN to add the standard text to a transport and transport it.



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Transport Connection: Transporting Objects


1. Call up the Administrator Workbench. To do this, choose Modeling ® Administrator Workbench: Modeling from the SAP Easy Access screen.

2. Choose the function area Transport Connection using the pushbutton in the left-hand navigation window or from the main menu of the Administrator Workbench by using Goto ® Transport Connection.

You can display or hide the left navigation window of the Administrator Workbench using Navigation Window On/ Off.

The procedure for steps 3 to 6 is very much the same as the procedure for installing Business Content (steps 3 –6). You can find additional information under Installing Business Content .

3. If you want to assign source systems, select Source system assignment The dialog box Choose Source system by Default? appears.

Source systems only to be assigned for transfer rules, file DataSources and InfoPackages.

4. Choose a setting via Grouping

There is the additional option Save For System Copy in the Transport Connection function area.

We recommend you make this setting when a source system needs to be copied and renamed.

You can avoid having to re-create objects for both SAP systems and BW systems in the following way:

· Collect objects dependent on the source system in BW.

· Save these to a request.

· Export the request.

· Delete the objects and rename the source system. Maintain the mapping table so that the old system name Original Source System is changed to the new system as Target Source System. You can find further information about the use of mapping tables under Transport System.

· Import the request, to which you saved the objects dependent on the source system.

5. Choose a setting via Collection Mode

6. Select how you want to display the objects in the left-hand navigation window.

You can find additional information about Object Types under Transport-Relevant Metadata Object Types.

In the middle of the screen, choose the object(s) you want to transfer and move it/them using Drag&Drop, or via Insert Objects For Collection in the context menu of the respective object, into the Collected Objects area on the right hand side.

7. Check the Transport column in the Collected Objects screen area. The following objects are indicated automatically;

· Those that have not been displayed, that is objects that still have the $TMP package.

· Those that must be transported according to your selection in Groupings.

Requests for which collected objects are locked, must be released before transporting the current request. In the log display, the system uses warnings to show for which objects there are still requests that must be released. These requests are also displayed in the Transport Request column.

You can add other objects manually.

Objects being Transported for the First Time (Package $TMP)

8. Select Transport Objects in order to transport the selected objects. The Change Object Directory Entry dialog box appears.

9. Under Attributes, in the Package field, enter a transportable customer package (beginning with Y or Z).

This box only pops up once for all collected objects. If you want to transport objects in different packages, you must collect the objects more than once.

You can subsequently change the assignment for a package. You can find additional information under Subsequently Changing Package Assignment.

10. Save your entry. A dialog box appears asking for a transport request.

11. In the Request field, create a transportable request, or first create a new request.

12. Choose Continue.

13. Select CTO Transport Organizer: Overview. The Workbench Organizer: Requests screen appears.

14. First of all, release the individual tasks and then the complete request.

Note: You need to previously release requests for which objects are blocked, as described in step 7.

The system displays the corresponding information for individual objects in the Collected Objects screen area, in the following columns:

· Last changed on

· Last changed by

· Transport Request

· Transport Request Holder

· Package(Development Class)

15. In the log display in the lower screen area of Collected Objects, check the status of the transport.

Objects that Have Already Been Transported Once

From this point on, BW objects are subject to automatic change display since they were assigned to a transportable package when transported for the first time. This means that all changed objects are written automatically to a request, and can be transported.

Please note following for the automatic change display: When you create new InfoObjects for an InfoCube that is subject to the automatic change display, these are not automatically written to the InfoCube request. Instead, they receive the $TMP package. You must use the BW Transport Connection object collector to collect and transport either these objects or the InfoCube.

Only refrain from collecting objects using the BW Transport Connection when such changes do not produce any new objects.

See also:

Transporting Roles

Transporting BEx Objects

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Change target language, make an workbench-order and exequte.