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Export Transport Request to Cofile & Data File

Mar 22, 2017 at 04:10 PM

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I have been requested to export a transport request without releasing it as an ABAP program scheduled to run every 5 minutes audits the transports, check the dependencies and import it into other systems in the landscape. the exported transport needs to be sent to the customer.

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Juan Reyes
Mar 22, 2017 at 04:16 PM
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Hi Syed,

You can't, a transport does not produce the cofile and a datafile until the request is released.

If its just a program, you can simply copy the code and create the program in the target system, you will need a developer key tho :)

Regards, JP

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Syed Quadri Mar 22, 2017 at 04:28 PM
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Many thanks Juan, so releasing is must I thought the same... Many thanks again.

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Matt Fraser
Mar 26, 2017 at 07:00 PM
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Hi Syed,

While I'm not completely clear of the full scope of what you're trying to achieve, there is a way to export the objects of a transport without releasing the transport itself. It's a process known as "transport of copies," and it's frequently used as a way of getting incremental changes to a development into a test system for unit testing without requiring a full release of the transport, and without gumming up the works in your STMS QA Approval and production imports with bunches of small, incremental transports for a single change.

There are a bunch of blogs about various practices utilizing this concept: https://onedx.find.sap.com/s#t=transport%20of%20copies&n=1&p=default&repo=srh&f=TYPE%3Ablog.

And, lots of questions and discussions about it, too.

Cheers,
Matt

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Oh, and I adjusted the tags on your question slightly to indicate that it's really a Software Logistics question and to relate it to STMS.

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