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Transport Request

Hi All,

How to find out the transport request created date and who migrated it. We need this for same internal audit purpose.

Regards,

Venu.

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 05:31 PM

    Hello Venu,

    Please check the table E070 for this. This should be helpful to you. please award points accordingly.

    Regards.

    ruchit.

    Message was edited by: Ruchit Khushu

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 05:00 AM

    One other way to compare this is as follows:

    1) Go to transport history or SE09 --> F5 in target system and find out what time your change imported to target system.

    2) now you need to find who did this and you can go to STMS_IMPORT on target system and look for transport monitor SLOG and match with timings. (you will find slog info at the same place at import monitor)

    There was one time I have experienced mass import was done by a learner and I could able to go back and find the info by matching with SLOG, STMS_HISTORY, STAD.

    Thanks,

    Hari Peruri

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2006 at 05:38 PM

    Venu

    Check if you have "transport/tp_logging" parameter enabled in our system. This parameter uses TPLOG and TPALOG tables to log import details like who and when a transport was moved into the system . You can get almost all the details if the transport was moved using TMS, if the transport was moved from OS level you will only have details like "<SID>adm" as userid who moved the transport.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

    Raghu G

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