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TP import at OS level

Dear Friends,

I am transporting using tp import command at os level. We are using windows os. When i tried to do tp import for a particular request it is saying its already there in the system, so you cant transport again. See the screenshot.

<b>C:\>tp import DW1K900750 PW1 client=400 pf=
BWSDSNAA\transdir\bin\TP_DOMAIN_DW1

.PFL

This is tp version 320.58.06 (release 620)

sapparam(1c): No Profile used.

The import of the transport request DW1K900750 for system PW1 was not performed.

Please check the tp command. The buffer entry is printed out below.

PW1 buffer:

DW1K900750 | | |will not be imported because it is a

lready in the system.

TASK |PROJECT |P|DELIV |CMD I |DD Im |Activ |MainI |M

C Ac |ADO I |VersF |XPRA |Gener |UMODE|TAGS

-


----


- ---------- + -- + -- + ----+-

-


---------- + -- + -- + -+ --

No valid entry found for DW1K900750 in PW1 buffer.

tp returncode summary:

TOOLS: Highest return code of single steps was: 0

SWARNS: Highest tp internal severe warning was: 0152

tp finished with return code: 152

meaning:

Nothing done.</b>

But, I want to transport it. Please suggest me the solution.

Thanks,

Sailesh K

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    Posted on Nov 06, 2006 at 11:09 PM

    Sailesh

    If you want to reimport use Unconditional Mode (u) with tp command . This link may help you

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/3d/ad5b814ebc11d182bf0000e829fbfe/content.htm

    thanks

    Prince Jose

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    Posted on Nov 07, 2006 at 09:13 AM

    Exeecute the command for unconditional import:

    tp import DW1K900750 PW1 client=400 pf=
    BWSDSNAA\transdir\bin\TP_DOMAIN_DW1

    .PFL -U128

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