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Import files into ImportQueue

Hello:

I have a couple of .SOL files that supposedly need to be imported using the ImportQueue on Solman 4.0 I put them in the /sap/trans/in folder and used SPAM but I can't get it to import them, any ideas?

Thanks a lot!

Alejandro

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    Posted on Jul 10, 2007 at 01:54 PM

    Dear Alejandro ,

    Could you kindly let me know the source of these .SOL files ? What are these files ? Normal Transport Requests ? or are they files from an Note attachment ?

    Or are they files from an Support Package ?

    If they are files for an transport request then place R*.SOL files to the Data folder

    and K*.SOL in the Cofiles folder.

    Then from within an Import Queue of STMS follow the menu path :

    Extras --> Other Request --> ADD and add the requests from here to the import queue of the system where they need to be imported.

    Finally perform the Transport as normal.

    Hope that the above information helps.

    Regards

    Amit Devale

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      hello:

      Yes, that helped.... the .SOL extension is related (as I just learned) to the name of the instance where this files were exported... so the instance was named SOL. After all, they are just transport files that can be imported as you commented

      Thanks

      Alejandro

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