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Transport files of PI Objects

Hi,

We have developed some interfaces and moved them through CTS+ to Quality and Production system in the past project. Now I would like to take the backup and use these transports for future projects.

I have following queries:

How should I take the backup of transport files from current landscape, maybe just from Development or Quality system?

Since we have used CTS+ for transporting objects, I should look for .tpz files on the server OR any other file format?

Could you please provide the exact path from the Server from which I should copy the transport files?

Please guide me on this.

Thanks,

CJ

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2013 at 02:32 AM

    Hi Chandra,

    Recently i was working in upgrade project. we wanted to take back up before system gets upgraded to 7.31.we used file transport.

    You can use file transport instead of CTS+. Using file transport you can simply download into your server or local machine.

    if you have different objects in various systems DEV,QA then you can take back of each system.

    if all the systems are in syn then back up of one system will be enough.

    Regards,

    Muniyappan.

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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2013 at 02:57 AM

    Hi Chandra,

    Since we have used CTS+ for transporting objects, I should look for .tpz files on the server OR any other file format?

    Yes, you can look for .tpz files

    As suggested by muniyappan File transports is the better way for taking backup.

    i will also prefer File transports..

    Regards

    Bhargava krishna

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