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hello guru , hw to realeased a program .

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:20 AM

    T.code SE09 or SE10 is the transaction to transport / release a request.

    execute the T.Code SE09 and click on the DISPLAY button. It will give the list of request numbers available to be leased.

    select your request number and click on the + symbol. Before you transport a request all the child requests to that request number should be transported.

    Here select the child request and click on the "release directly" button or F9 key.

    repeat the process to transport all the child requests and then select the main request number to be transported. once again click on the "release directly" button or F9 key. Now the request is released.

    the number you have released will disappear from the Modifiable list and will be placed in the Released list.

    Rewards if useful.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:27 AM

    hI

    In order to transport the request from Deveploment to Production,please follow the steps below.

    1.Release the transport request in the develpment client by going to the T-code SE09 and checking the Modifiable checkbox at the bottom of the screen with the Username who has created the request.

    2.Now go to the Quality client,T-code STMS and click on the Truck icon(Import Overview) and then it takes you to another screen where double click on your Quality client name,SRQ, for example option listed with the SRD and SRP.

    3.In the new screen,go to the last page of the window and select the request that you have just released in the Development client and click on the Truck icon again,the one which says transport single request only.

    4.A pop up window appears,go to the second tab in that and select the Asynchronous radio button.

    5.Click Yes on the next screen and in this way the request gets transported.

    6.Similarly, you can transport it to Production once it is transported to the Quality client.

    CLEARLY

    To transport a request to production, it needs to be released from the previous system as per the system landscape of SAP.

    for eg: DEV - > TEST - > PROD.

    In the above landscape SAP system is divided into three Development, Test and Production and a transport will always move from Dev to Test, and from Test to Prod system.

    To transport a request from one system to other, the request needs to be released through SE09 transaction.

    Every request will contain tasks, first these tasks needs to be released to the corresponding request, inorder to release the request to further systems(For eg: DEV to TEST system).

    Using SE09: we need to position on the task first and by following the menu path Request/Task -> Release -> Directly

    we can release the tasks to request.

    Once all the tasks associated with the request are released to it, finally the request can be released by following the same procedure as mentioned above.

    i.e,position on the transport, goto Request/Task -> Release -> Directly.

    Once the above step is done, transport will be released to further system configured.

    NOTE: Before releasing the task to request,one should do a consistency check by folowing the menu path Request/Task -> Complete Check -> Objects(syntax).This will ensure that all the objects are correct and can be transferred to further system without any issues.

    Hope this gives some info about releasing transport.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 07:28 AM
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