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Transporting task classification after transporting the task

When I transport tasks to another client, the attributes of the task (genrat ltask) do not get transported. Can you please help me do this?

When I transport tasks to another client, the attributes of the task (genrat ltask) do not get transported. Can you please help me do this?
The task classification is transported separately to the task. When you set the task to general you should have been prompted for a change request. You should transport this.

If you were not prompted, then make sure that this transport has not been blocked (see table T77TR.) Of course...

you can manually move the agent assigned using report RHMOVE30.

As a side note, are you sure this task is general? It may not be the best idea to allow all users in the system access to execute this task.

This was last published in June 2005

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