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How to Collect TVARVC Table Entries in Transport Request

In this Blog post we will understand how can we capture the Entries within TVARVC Table in a Transport Request for moving it across systems.

Before we proceed with the steps lets understand the Purpose of TVARVC Table below :

TVARVC :

TVARVC is standard table given by SAP to store the data under variants. we can put the values in TVARVC table to avoid hardcoding and/or creation of custom tables.

Now that we have got a bit of overview of the purpose of TVARVC Table existence , lets try to understand how do we move the entries we make within this table across different system (Dev > Quality > Production)

Lets try to understand it via Steps below :

  1. Go to SE16 Tcode , and give the Table name which is TVARVC in our case.

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2. Click Enter and the Give the Values you want to Capture in TR in Variable Name Field as in the following Snapshot and Click Execute.

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3. Once you are within the Table ,

a. Select the Entries that you want to Capture within Transport request.

b. Once you are done selecting entries ,  Click More Option from Menu Bar > Table Entry > Transport Entries
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c. Once you click on Transport Entries , It will give you a pop-up to Collect the entries in Transport request , Select the already existing TR or Create a new TR as per your  requirement.

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4. Once you select the Transport Request for capturing Entries , Your entries are captured within that particular TR which you can use for moving the entries across systems.

Conclusion:

By Following the above steps , you can capture the entries you make in TVARVC for your requirements and move it across systems this enables direct capturing of entries from within TVARVC table.

— Sources of the pictures are screenshots I have taken from SAP and no image is taken from the internet.

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