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Import transport request


I'm creating a program that checks if a released object exist in target system or not (if the object was imported or not).

So to do so, I used the FM RFC_READ_TABLE to read the table TADIR in target system.

Everything is working fine. Now, I want to import the objects in target system from my source system after the check.

If a released object doesn't exist in target system, that means that it has not been imported yet, so I want to know how to import the request of this particular object.

Thanks in advance

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  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 10:14 AM

    Just sheer out of curiosity....I want to know why the Customer comes up with requirements related to TRs ? When SAP standard indeed provides all the required info through STMS and other standard tcodes,what necessitates the need to develop such custom objects whose accuracy will always be in doubt.


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  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 09:51 AM


    If you have the transport request for the object, you can ask administrators to import to the target system.

    If you have access to STMS, you can do it yourself.

    If you do not have a request (or existing ones contain unwanted objects or are missing some), you can create a new worbanch request and include the desired objects .

    ...or you could use SAPlink. Needs to be installed on both source and target system.

    If I understood the question...

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  • Posted on May 13, 2015 at 10:03 AM
    • Identify the (last, released) request to import in table E071
    • Insure request is released, else release (FM BAPI_CTREQUEST_RELEASE )
    • Insure request is in import queue (FM TMS_MGR_GREP_TRANSPORT_QUEUE)
    • If required add it to import queue (FM TMS_MGR_FORWARD_TR_REQUEST)
    • Trigger import (FM TMS_MGR_IMPORT_TR_REQUEST)



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