How to copy function group from one SAP system to another

dear all,
our company will set up a sub-company currently,and the sub-company want to copy some programs from our SAP system.
how to pack and copy function group?
pls help me,tks!

Hello  Snow zeng,
Will the 2 systems be connected ? I.e Same land scape ?
If they are non connected systems, check this Wiki by Marcin [How to copy Repository Objects between non-connected SAP systems|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/ABAP/HowtocopyRepositoryObjectsbetweennon-connectedSAPsystems]
Regards

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