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Remove unimported TRs from Quality Buffer in STMS

Dear All;

We need to adjust the transportation system for our quality system to release all TRs automatically if they are released from the development system automatically evey 15min.

Issue is that we already have old TRs (400 TRs) with the status ready to be released but we are worried if we automatic the transportation process these 400 TRs would be imported. We are ok if we delete them as they will stay on development system.

My question is: is it enough if I delete these 400 TRs from the quality buffer? or there is something else I need to do as I want to transport all new TRs automatically every 15min but not those 400.

Best regards

Amal Aloun

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  • Posted on Aug 31 at 09:47 AM

    Hi Amal,

    I have implemented the same auto import process in our sand box system. So there are 2 things.

    If you want you can delete 400 TRs from import buffer but it will take lot of time.

    so what you can do take copy of existing buffer of QA system under this path


    SID file name will be their.

    so move sid to sidold and then on queue refresh new buffer file will be created automatically.

    so all new TRs will be imported and in case if you want to import any old TR then manually you can add that TR in buffer.



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  • Posted on Aug 31 at 12:25 PM

    Hello Hariom;

    Thank you for your reply.

    I renamed my buffer to AQA.old and all was renewed as you mentioned.

    Now in my newly created buffer "AQA" I see only the TRs that are ready to be imported as you can see below:

    I still need to remove them as almost of them are not needed to be imported. Do you know how I can empty my buffer from them?

    Best Regards

    Amal Aloun

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