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How to transport an iViews from dev to prod.

Hi all,

I have a simple question. I have some customize iViews in my development EP and how can I transport these iViews to my production EP. I believe these are transaction and IAC iViews which I publish it in SE80. Below are some of my system details.

Anyone can help me on this?

J2EE Engine 6.40 PatchLevel 106831.313


KnowledgeManagementCollaboration (NW04 SPS19)

SAP R/3 4.7

Former Member
Former Member replied

Hi! Brain,

i think you posted the same query in Portal content Directory link as well.

Follow this steps in Development server

First login into development server

1)Try to keep all the objects in one folder(say myfolder) under portal content.

2)Now come to system administrator->tranport-> tansport package->export->portal content-> create a new folder

3)Select this new folder right click new transport package-> give the name and id->finish ->and close the transport package.

4)Now open the transport package which u have created just now.(make sure that u r transprt package is opend at right in content area)

5)Now select your folder which contains actual content(i.e iviews,pages,worksets,roles,etc ,, in this case my folder) right click add all objects to tansport package

6)Click on export button

7)Click on start export button

8)Download the export file using downlaod export file link

9)Save on your desktop

Now login into production server or quality server

Now importing the object inot quality server.

1)Go to system administartor->tansport->transport package-> import

2)Source for package file as client. click on browse and and select the .epa file which u have saved on to desktop (i.e from 9 step from above)

3)Click on upload

4)Select content to be overwritten as all and click on import

5)You get a message a import successful.

To check the object are present in your quality server or productin server



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