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Mass transport for PO

Hi PO experts,

We are doing our TCO rehearsal and have come to the issue that our PO transports have taken a total of 70 hours to be moved for about 500 transports, doing it one transport at a time.

For PO transport, is it possible to perform mass transports?

We would appreciate any inputs on this on how to do this for multiple transports. Thanks.

Best regards,

Philip

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  • Posted on Feb 09, 2016 at 09:47 AM

    Hello Philip,

    your question raises additional questions before you can get a proper answer:

    - when talking about PO transports, which kind of transports are you talking about

    (BPM/BRM transports, ESR Transports, DIR transports, J2EE Transports, File transports)?
    - Are you using enhanced CTS (aka CTS+) as consistent transport layer for all transports?

    - On which Release and/or SPS Level are you?

    - Which transporttool parameters are in place in the target system?

    Since Java deployments are cumulative, it does not make sense, to overwrite deployments for a Scenario again and again. The enhanced CTS is helping here, but it depends a bit, how transports are shaped.

    - When talking about 500 transports, how many scenarios/tracks are to be updated in your rehearsal procedure?

    - In the rehearsal, how to you prepare the target system before it receives the transports? Is it blank, is it having old content, is it prepared as a system copy?

    I know that I'm asking you a lot, but there are many influencing factors and this makes it easier to find a possible improvement for you.

    Best regards,

    Sebastian

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