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transporting at O.S level

Hi all.,

Plz reply me the commands for transporting an article from one server to other,when sap is off....sap console not started...

Arun

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 04:41 AM

    Hi Alan.,

    You r right.

    I am working in windows 2003 server.

    I want to import a transport....Plz send me All commands related to this...

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 12:44 PM

    Hi,

    If you don't explicit your question, you will not get any useful answer...

    Regards,

    Olivier

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 06:45 PM

    Oliver is right, we can't tell from your words, what you are asking for.

    1st, you need to tell people what OS you are using, Unix, and Windows, or OS/400 the way to do things are totally different in these OS, so please clarify. (from the word sap console, I suspect you are on Windows, you probably mean to say SAP MMC - SAP console is a term for the old way of offering telnet text based interface).

    2nd, you need to clarify what are you going to do. Are you trying to transfer a file (transporting an article???) or trying to import a transport?

    the transport command is tp, however, if your SAP is off, you can't import transport even with tp command, because it needs the SAP instance to work.

    if you are talking about moving a file (article???) from one server to another, you can FTP, use windows share, etc, it has nothing to do with SAP then. . . . .

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