2/1/2016 1:23:36 PM

SAP Copy Standard Text between clients using SCC1 and RSTXTRAN-This blog will show you complete guide for Client Copy of Standard Text using SCC1 and RSTXTRAN. Wherever we are developing client dependent objects, we nee to copy the client dependent objects to other clients so we have to use the transaction SCC1(Client Copy - Special Selections).  Let say if you create standard text and system will not ask Transport Request but the standard text objects are unique. Standard text can be copied or moved to another client using SCC1 but if you want to transport to other system then we should have Transport Request. After creating the TR then we need to use the program RSTXTRAN to add the object to TR.

You can use transaction SCC1 (Copy Transport Request) or report RSCLCCOP (Copy Object Lists Between Clients (SCC1 Offline)) to synchronize clients. You schedule this report in the client into which you want to transport the settings (= target client/customer client). You must have entered this client in the client table T000 and it should have been generated completely using a client copy.

Please find below the steps will give complete solution for SAPscript and Standard Text.

Step 1) Create Standard Text using transaction SO10

The report RSTXTRAN allows a set of SAPscript texts (or the text key) to be transferred to a correction or repair of the transport system. The name of the correction/repair can either be transferred as a report parameter, or the correction/repair can be selected later in a selection window. The text key can be qualified generically using the asterisk character (*).

When the report has been executed, the list of selected texts appears. Individual texts can be deselected in this list. When the function "Continue" is executed, the final list of texts which are to be transferred is displayed. The transfer of texts to the correction/repair can now be activated by the appropriate function, and must be confirmed in a dialog box.

Step 2) Change editor you can add your own paragraph formats like SAPscript.

Step 3) Create Transport Request using transaction SE09

After creating transport request we could see the Task(Under TR). Please change the task type to "Development/Correction"

Step 4) Go to SE38 and run the program RSTXTRAN

Note : Please give the task number not main Transport Request

After press F8/Execute you will get below result

Select the check box and press enter or click continue icon which is highlighted in yellow from below the screenshot

Click Transfer texts to correction button which is given below

System will ask Transfer texts to a correction please choose "Yes"

After clicking "Yes" you will get below report means that your standard text objects successfully transferred to the respective Transport Request


There is a correction/repair in which the selected text keys can be entered, if it is not being processed. The report can only insert text keys in corrections or repairs, not however in transport requests. However, the objects contained in a correction can be transferred to a transport request with the correction and transport system transaction.

It should also be noted that the report selects texts in the current client, but that the transport system generally exports texts from client 000.


When the report has been executed, a list of the selected texts is output. Information about whether transfer to the correction/repair was possible is displayed for each text key.

Reasons for failed transfer include

the correction/repair is currently being processed

the correction/repair does not exist


All German standard texts with the ID ST, whose names begin with SAPSCRIPT, are to be entered in the correction ABCD903359. The report parameters are then assigned values as follows:

Correction: ABCD903359

Text object: TEXT

Text name:ZPOTANDC

Text ID: ST

Text language: D

Step 5) Transport SAPscript changes to other client using transaction code SCC1.

Note : You have to login with target client and run SCC1 and give source client

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