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Transport issue

Hi,

I am trying to do transport from one system (BAM) to another (TE2). I have created TE2 as my domain controller and distributed to BAM. The dir_trans and transdir are defined as
adlab19\sapmnt\trans\ in both system.

But when I do check transport group, I got the following error.

System TE2 cannot read test file written by BAM

Message no. XT667

Diagnosis

The configuration of the Transport Management System has the two systems BAM and TE2 in the same transport group. This means that the two systems access a common transport directory.

When the system checked the transport groups, it discovered that system TE2 cannot read a test file written by system BAM to the transport directory. The return code of the action was 0008

Procedure

Check the configuration of the systems BAM and TE2.

The trans folder and all sub folders in both systems have access to <SID>ADM and SAPSERVICE<SID> users. Could anyone help me on this?

Also, if anyone could give me the step by step instructions to do the transport?

Keep in mind that both systems are two different servers but they are in same network.

Regards,

Sundar.

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  • May 18, 2007 at 01:32 PM

    Hello Sundar

    Are all systems using the same transport directory? Can you please

    check the following note:

    117395 Authorization problems for file I/O on Windows NT

    Please also ensure under 'System Overview' that all systems within

    the domain have been assigned to the same transport group (assuming

    of course that they each share a common transport directory).

    Don't forget to reward SDN points.

    Thanks

    Kenny

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    May 18, 2007 at 02:46 PM

    Hi Sundar

    You have two systems in your landscape.

    1. Make one of these two systems as your Domain controller.Usually in a production environment highly available production erver will be the domain controller.

    2. Share the usr/sap/trans folder to all the domains in the landscape.

    3.Login as ddic in system1.Go to STMS.----Add the other system in the landscape.

    4.Configure transport route.

    5.Go to system2. Login as ddic. Go to STMS and accept the sys 1 as the domain controller.

    6.For example create a role or profile in pfcg in sys1.Transport it from sys1. Relaease it.

    7.Login to sys2. Go to stms_import and import it.

    For every stage do a consistency check in the STMS.

    Is this helpful to you?Need any more info?

    --subbu

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Guys, I didn't hear from anyone. I don't have any other option except recreate the RFC in the new system, which I would like to avoid at any cost. Please let me know, if I am doing anything wrong in my steps. It supposed to be pretty straight forward, but in SAP, you couldn't take anything granted. Thanks guys,

      Regards,

      Sundar.

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    May 24, 2007 at 08:39 AM

    Hi,

    Be sure that the users <sid>adm and SAPService<SID> of the other system exists on the host where the trans dir is.

    For Example:

    To systems TST, PRO. PRO is the domain controller, global trans dir is defined on host of TST. So the user proadm and SAPServicePRO has to exist on host of TST.

    Also check if transport tool works correctly (in transaction SPAM).

    Hope this helps a little bit.

    Regards,

    Daniel

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    • Former Member Former Member

      FYI,

      Hi,

      The issue is closed. All I did, clean up everything , deleting the transport queues, old jobs, entries from trbat and trobj tables. I tried again, it worked. Thanks for all your help.

      Regards,

      Sundar.