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how to transport form one server to another server

hai friends,

when basis consultants transport the data from development server to testing server. they will test it and tested well

Now How to transport the same to producation server

is it from development to Production or Testing to Production server

throw a few answers.

kumari

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    Posted on Mar 29, 2008 at 06:03 PM

    Hi Aruna,

    First of all Basis will not test your transport when you transport from Dev to QE. You will have to test it and once the testing is sucessful you have to fill Transport approval Form (This is what I see at my every client), take the sign off from the client and transport it PRD.

    To Transport to PRD you dont have to do anything like release from SE10. Basis will do that.

    Arti

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  • Posted on Mar 29, 2008 at 06:09 PM

    Lohar

    has given some good explanation adding to that

    use T-Code SE09 or SE10 for transport request

    but wht is meant by request

    wht ever u are doing in the development will saveing right

    will saveing it asks for create own request so in that u have to create ur own request and pass the same request to ur basis people

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2008 at 02:09 AM

    hai

    what lohar and sikindar said absolutly right

    adding my opinions

    when we put request to basis consultants, the data will transport from dev to test, then before it goes to productin

    it will be in the buffer , from there it will be transported to production server

    if i am plz correct

    madhu

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