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How to Transport from a production system to a quality

Hello,

I have some problems.

I have configurated our STMS that the transports will goes from Q --> P. Ok. But how I can put Transport from P --> Q without changing the STMS transport ways.

The transport would create in production system as a "local trnasport" so no date and cofile would be create.

How can export a local transport or create a data/cofile for transport.

Thanks a lot.

Chris

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 02:08 PM

    Hi Chris,

    The trasport management in any system would be configured in such a way that the

    transport will happen from DEV->QA->PRD, though the otherway is possible,

    it is not advisable to do so,

    Kindly check the following thread for more inputs:

    transport

    transport-from-production-system-to-qas-system

    best regards,

    Thangesh

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    • Thank you Thangesh,

      but I already had read this links before. But my question is a little bit different. I don't want to change the STMS transport ways.

      Are there no other possibilities to do that?????

      The only thing I need, is a data and a cofile. But with freeing a local transport there aren't any files in the file system, because there are "local", I know!!.

      Or can I export a transport. In this case I have the possibility to import it into the quality system.

      Best regards

      Christian

      I need help!!!

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