Setting Up Adaptation Transport Organizer

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Setting Up Adaptation Transport Organizer
  11/17/2017Setting Up Adaptation Transport Organizer 1/2 Setting Up Adaptation Transport Organizer You need to set up the adaptation transport organizer (ATO) in your development system. Prerequisites For more information about system requirements, see SAP Note 2283716 .You have maintained the following authorization fields in the transaction Role Maintenance (PFCG) for theobject S_DEVELOP: Authorization Field DescriptionYour Entry PackageEither a specific package that you want to use for ATO,or an *  for all packagesObject Type  DEVC Object NameSame name as the package nameABAP Programm Authorization GroupNothing specificYou can enter a dummy entry here.ActivityFor default setup:123For specific setup:3 Context Before you implement the SAP Fiori applications, set up the ATO in your development system to make sure thatthe SAP Fiori applications work as desired. Procedure 1. Open the transaction ATO Setup (S_ATO_SETUP) in your S/4HANA system or sFIN system.2. Check if the ATO is configured for this system.If ATO is not configured, proceed with the steps 3 to 7.3. Choose whether you want to use a prefix or a namespace for your packages and transports. OptionDescriptionPrefix <PREFIX_> Describes a custom prefix that is used for your packages and transports.Example:ZZ1_  <Generated Name of Object>  11/17/2017Setting Up Adaptation Transport Organizer 2/2 OptionDescriptionNamespace/ <NAMESPACE> / Describes an SAP namespace that is used for your packages andtransports.Example:/ <NAMESP> / <Generated Name of Object> 4. Define a local package where extension items (ABAP objects) are initially stored.ABAP objects located in this package can later be transported to a target system after a reassignment. Thelocal package needs to be assigned to the software component Local .Example: $YATO_KEY_USER_LOCAL5. Define a sandbox package where extension items (ABAP objects) are stored that are created locally.ABAP objects located in this package are created locally and will never be transported. The sandbox package needs to be assigned to the software component Local .Example: $YATO_KEY_USER_SANDBOX6. Enter a sandbox prefix to distinguish ABAP objects that must not be transported to the production system.7. Finish the setup. OptionDescriptionSetup withdefault data Use this action when you want set up the the ATO with default values provided by SAP.This option is only available when you do the setup for the first time. Setup withspecific data Use this action to set up the ATO with the data that you defined in this transaction.
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