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TMS queue not working

Yesterday while importing a transport into one of our test systems the server restarted unexpectedly. When I restarted SAP and logged bck in it looks like the transport was still running but it had completed. I deleted the status in the transport monitor to clear this. The code has gone into the system so the transport did complete as it also says in the transport log but there isn't a green tick. If I try to run another transport in it just locks up and doesn't do it.

I've tried redistributing the transport config and restarting SAP but nothing works. Its a 46c system. Any idea's?????????????????

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 09:52 PM

    Chris, try this...

    1. Kill any TP processes at the OS level, if you do not have an import

    actively running.

    2. Using transaction stms-> Import overview -> Goto -> Import monitor

    execute :

    'Monitor' -> 'Delete old entries'

    3. While being logged in as DDIC in client 000, run report RDDNEWPP in

    trx se38. You will also need to do this for all client that you

    transport to or from.

    4. Check and delete (using trx SE14) any entries found in the following

    tables:

    TPSTAT

    TRJOB

    TRBAT

    If the Import Monitor or table TPSTAT does NOT contain

    entries any more, you can delete the entries of tables TMSTLOCKR and

    TMSTLOCKP.

    Derek

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