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Sub-objects linked to the Object list.

Former Member
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Hi,

When we create a new program, an entry with R3TR PROG and Program name will be recorded in the Transport Request Object List.

Can you please let me know how to find the sub-object (like PF-Status, Screens etc.) details included in the request for object list R3TR PROG?

Similarly can you please let me know how to find sub-objects linked to object list R3TR FUGR?

And can you please let me know the Object list details apart from R3TR PROG and R3TR FUGR where the sub-objects will be included.

When I change a form (Form exist in more than one language), than an entry with R3TR FORM name will be included in the Transport List Object list. Can you let me know where can I find the language of the SAP Script included in the Transport Request?

Thanks,

Madhuri

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Former Member
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Hello Madhuri,

Did you get solution for this post?

Please let me know how can we fetch all the sub objects associated with an object.

Thanks

Jitendra

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Srinivas

Former Member
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In the function module TR_PGMID_TABLE,the values R3TR, CORR, LANG, LIMU and * are hardcoded.

RichHeilman
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Rich Heilman

Former Member
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go to se10

click on display

double click any transport request

there u can press F4 on Program ID and Object ID , u can get the values

Former Member
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Hi,

R3TR is at the object level and any subobjects assigned to this object will automatically be included in the transport. So if you create a new program, all the subobjects associated with that program such pf-status, documentation, screens etc will be included with R3TR entry. Similarly with function groups etc.

Subobjects are typically identified by LIMU entries. So, if you are changing the text elements of a program that is already released, then you will see that the new transport contains LIMU REPT instead of R3TR PROG.

All the transport related tables have the pattern E07*.

Srinivas

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Here is the documentation of the Object type.

<i>Object Type

An object is uniquely identified by its program ID (PGMID), object type and object name.

The SAP System differentiates between complete objects and their component subobjects.

Complete objects usually have an object directory entry, and can include subobjects that can be transported separately. Complete objects are indicated by the PGMID R3TR.

Subobjects do not have their own object directory entry. Subobjects have the PGMID LIMU.

Example

The complete object R3TR PROG includes the following subobjects, among others:

LIMU REPS

LIMU REPT

LIMU DYNP

Use the F4 Help to display examples of types of complete objects and subobjects.

</i>

Former Member
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OBJSL has the list.

Never mind... that is wrong..

Message was edited by: Srinivas Adavi

RichHeilman
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Not sure if this will help you or not.

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/57/38e06c4eb711d182bf0000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

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Rich Heilman