Prior to ActiveControl 8.3, the Check Dependencies (0030) analyser that forms part of the General Analysis only analysed Transport Forms originating from the same SID.

This resulted in a handful of customers providing feedback over the years that they were not warned when a Business Task contained transports of different same SIDs within the same path (eg an ECC transport and an external Vendor transport) , or when a Business Task contained transports in different paths (e.g. an ECC transport and a BW transport) – and that this had resulted in partial changes (i.e. not all transports in the Business Task) inadvertently being moved to Production.

To address this feedback, the Check Dependencies (0030) analyser has been enhanced via a new optional parameter (INCLUDE_OTHER_TRS) parameter, that when switched on, will highlight transports of other SIDs sitting further back in landscape (either in the same path, or in another path).

Configuration Steps

More information can be found in this online Change Note


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