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    how to know object deployed or not.

    Hi,

    Usually in jpy or jdv environmentswe can know the deployment time for applications by clicking some button on top right side. is there any way to know the object deployment time for UBE? just to avoid dbts while testing.


    thanks in advance.

    Thanks,
    JDdev|E910|MSSQL|Windows 7

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    Re: how to know object deployed or not.

    Dear JDdev,

    You can find the time information in table F98826|DEPLTIME field. you have to filter the record by package name and environment status.

    Thanks

    Dhaval
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    But how can we see the objects inside the package ?
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    F9631 in the System Data source.

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