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error while saving a query view

Hi All,

I am trying to save a query view in my favourites and it is failing with below message:

Namespace '/BIC/' must be set to 'changeable' (transaction SE06)

I have created many query view so far, this issue has just started. Could you please help us with this, as it is very urgent.

Thanks and regards,


Former Member replied


Please set the setting as described in note 337950, it will help to fix the issue.


Releasing the object changeability

This setting is only intended for production or test systems that are

set to not changeable. It is not suitable for development systems. For

this reason, this setting is only effective if at least one of the

conditions specified under 'Cause and prerequisites' is met.

Go to the Administrator Workbench (Data Warehousing Workbench,

transaction RSA1) -> 'Goto' -> 'Transport Connection' and choose 'Object

Changeability'. To display the function, you may have to enlarge the

window or press the arrow keys nearby.

In the following dialog box you can select the object types that you

want to be changeable, even though the system is set to not changeable.

These objects are not connected to the transport system; this means that

no transport dialog boxes are displayed. This only applies, however, if

the preconditions mentioned under 'Cause and prerequisites' are met.

First, after releasing an object type, only objects that are original,

that is, those that were created in this system can be changed. This

prevents changes to objects that were imported into the system. However,

changes to these objects may be overwritten again during a new


You can set all objects to changeable (even the ones imported into the

system) using the context menu (right mouse button), although this

setting is not recommended for the reasons mentioned above.



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