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STMS - <transport> is missing in table E070.

Hi experts,

after we have done a system copy with SWPM, we get sometimes an error in executing transports via STMS.

The error is "Internal error <tranport order> is missing in table E070".


Does anybody know what it means?

Thank you

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    Posted on May 06, 2015 at 06:52 AM

    E070 is the table which includs - Change & Transport System: Header of Requests/Tasks

    Use Se06 and STMS to reconfigure TMS.

    Also, if required, goto see SE11 and activate it.

    Regards,

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    • Hi Christian ,

      Perform as sugggsted by Divyanshu above ( in the target system )and then go to transaction STMS , add the system to the transport controller ( it will pop up by default if it is sharing the /usr/sap/trans as that of the domain controller )

      Click on transport routes ( Menu STMS ) , in the menu options Configuration - > Adjust with domain controller

      Thanks ,

      Manu

  • Posted on May 18, 2015 at 03:05 PM

    Hello together,

    I've now done the remove via SE06 and also did setup again via STMS:

    however, I still get the same error message.

    Any other ideas?

    Kind regards

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    • Hi Christian ,

      This is just a doubt

      The E070L Stores the last TR sequence number ( last number of Change request created ) , So when you refresh from PROD to DEV the value of the field TRKORR needs to be updated .

      As any new TR's generated from DEV will again start from this value . Check the following link .

      So check whether the value of this entry is correct [ Compare with the number which is last exported from DEV before refresh ] . If the new TR's created has a number greater than the above number [ the number before refresh ] then you are fine .

      Thanks ,

      Manu

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