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Re: Regarding Requests...........


Can anyone tell me about how to check transported requests

in one server(ie transport took fromone client to another client).

I tried through scc1 and the result which the system shown

is "sucessfully transported".

Also if that request belongs to functional guys so how shud I

check for the data.

also when I release both the child and parent requests then

at OS level no files are created under data and co-files.

So any one who has good knowledge about Requests plz

do reply.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Apr 01, 2008 at 05:37 AM


    Transported requests / any requests status can be found by doing following.

    go to SE01 and enter the request number (remove owner name if any appears.) and click on display. Now select the request and click on display logs.

    Second one is STMS--> select the tager system (system in to which transport released) go to import History --> Serach for the request

    --> see the status (Tick mark indicates transport has been imported)

    Also, Select the request and check for Transport Logs (this will appear in the top of the screen ..below the menu Bar)

    If a request belongs to functional guy then it is Customizing request which you can see SE10.

    Give the user name and try here.

    For your Data/Cofiles Ques:

    Check whether the user has Authorization to write files to /usr/sap/trans/data && Cofile directories?

    Check his CHMOD values..Data and Cofiles will be generated if he has write access... This could be a reason..

    Hope this helps 😉

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