For those SAP system managers or other professionals accustomed to previous SAP R/3 releases and the Basis system, the following shows the main changes in the transport system since previous releases, as well as other useful hints:
Overview of the Complete Process of Transporting Objects from a Source System to a Target System
The transport system together with the Transport Organizer is one of the most puzzling parts of the technical environment of SAP systems; this is probably because there is no place for chaotic and unorganized software development or customization. The transport system and Transport Organizer are actually intended as help functions for having the system development and the modifications under control. The following summary guideline provides a brief overview of the whole transport chain. This guideline includes an introduction of the necessary steps for configuring the transport system, although these steps only have to be performed once. The concepts, configuration, and available functions and features of the transport system are explained with further detail in the following sections.
The following guideline assumes that the SAP systems landscape and network connections are correctly configured. Note In the following sections, the directory notation represents Unix-flavors file system types. For Microsoft Windows platforms, it works exactly the same way, but the notation for directories is <DRIVE>:/ USR/ SAP/ TRANS, where <DRIVE> is a disk or volume unit.
Configuration steps are made of these basic tasks:
The next steps typically are as follows:
Note The automatic creation of a change request is allowed by the SAP client settings. You can disable this function and the ability to make changes in the system client-independent objects. However, in the rest of this chapter and other chapters, it is assumed that the client allows for changes in the repository and client-independent objects.
tp import <transportable change request number> <target SID>
Imports can also be performed within the TMS by accessing the system import queues and performing the imports. Lastly, transport requests can be imports running function module trint_tp_interface in SE37. At runtime, the following are specified:
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