In this articles I’ll show you how to export SAP Client.
You have created a new client and want to fill with data. You can fill your newly created client using local client copy (copy from the same system) or using data from other system.
Using this technique, you have to be aware that your SAP software release and support package has to be at the same level between the source and target client.
The steps are:
1. Create new SAP client.
2. Export SAP client from source system.
3. Import to target client.
4. Post Processing
Below are step by step to export SAP client:
1. Login as superuser to client you want to export.
Go to Tools -> Administration -> Administration -> Client Administration -> Client Transport -> Client Export or Transaction Code SCC8.
|Export SAP client transaction code|
2. Select the export Profile.
Choose the target system and client.
Depends on the profile you choose you’ll be prompted a different message.
|Client Export Profile|
Below are the complete export profile available: SAP_ALL All Client-Specific Data w/o Change Documents SAP_CUST Customizing SAP_CUSV Customizing and User Variants SAP_CUSX Customizing w/o Authorization Profiles and Roles SAP_EXBC Customizing, Users and Cross-Client Customizing SAP_EXPA SAP_ALL with Cross-Client Customizing SAP_EXPC Customizing Including Cross-Client Customizing SAP_PROF Only Authorization Profiles and Roles SAP_RECO Recovery (Only if Source Client = Target Client) SAP_UCSV Customizing, User Master Records and User Variants SAP_UCUS Customizing and User Master Records SAP_UONL User Without Authorization Profiles and Roles SAP_USER User Master Records and Authorization Profiles
4. You’ll be shown the Export Client Verification Screen, just continue.
5. Before the export you’ll get info about the transport request that will be created during export.
please write the number or take a screen shot. You’ll need it to import at target client.
|Info screen about transport request|
6. Now the export is running. You can see the export log from SCC3.
|Client export log|
7. Make sure the export process is finished successfully
|SAP client export finished|
Now you’re ready to import client in the target.
To learn more reference about SAP Client maintenance including Client Export/Import, you can find here:
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