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Transport Request - QA Server

Hi,

I couldnt understand why Log files are not created for a Request in QA - Quality server.

In SE09 there are 4 types of Request Types exists - how to know which one to choose while creating a new Request.

I appreciate ur time.

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Krithika

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 01:48 AM

    Hi Krithika,

    When you change an object in workbench ( say SE38 ) it will automatically ask for a transport . If you create here it will be a workbench request .

    However suppose you want to transport something where no change is required , you can create a "Transport of Copies" in SE01 and then add your objects to it .

    What exactly is your issue ?? If you want to see the log you can goto Se01 and display the logs here .

    Cheers

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      Check there is some radio button like "Problem Solved " against the responses you got.I think you used these buttonss to mark couple of responses as Very Helpful answers . Same way you can mark one of the responses as "Problem Solved"

      Cheers

  • Posted on Oct 12, 2005 at 02:59 AM

    Hi Karthik,

    What is a transport? It is just a collection of your changes to some object in the DEVELOPMENT server. You make all your changes in your development server, assign a transport to it(actually you assign a development class that requires a transport request to be created) and unit test it and then release to the next server. When you release the transport, you are actually creating another version of this object in the development server. Even this transport is owned by development server. So when you move the transport to QA server, all you are doing is applying the changes. You don't keep track of the versions there neither do you keep the logs there. Once the import is done, feedback goes back to the development server.

    All the logs and versions are kept in development server. QA and production servers only keep the latest version. That is the bottom line.

    With regards to what type of transport should one create, I think Sanjay answered it. If yo still have doubts, please let us know.

    Srinivas

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