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CHARM with manual transport control in SE09 / STMS


I have been asked to implement CHARM in the following way:

Everything of CHARM should be used, exception: the releasing and import of transports should not be done automatically via maintenance cycles but very oldschool manually via SE09 / STMS.

I am wondering if this is possible and if this does not lead to inconsistencies with the statuses of the change requests / corrections that are created within CHARM.

Thank you very much for your help!



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    Posted on Apr 08, 2008 at 06:58 PM

    Hi Marc,

    Oldschool release and import with ChaRM is possible if you open the Status Switches of your CTS Project.

    This you can do from Solution Manager (TA /TMWFLOW/PROJ) or in the satellite system (TA SPRO_ADMIN).

    Of course, like you state yourself, the chance on inconsistencies is much higher and the beauty of ChaRM is gone.

    Releasing and Importing as part of ChaRM also gives the advantage that Basis involvement is almost nihil and so Transport Management is not the responsability any more of the Basis team, who can focus now on real Basis tasks.



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