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Download objects in request (smaller file)

Hello,

I´ve tried a couple of times to download the transport requests in files, because there´s no RFC-connection from the german system to the english system. When I get the file, it contains less bytes than the stated amount in column Length.

Example: 60,655 bytes and resulting file is only 47,729 Bytes

When my System Administrator sends me the files, he gets 60,655 Bytes so I´d like to know what I´m missing.

I make double click on the file, SAP delivers unreadable characters and then List --> Save/Send -->File and option Unconverted.

Thanks for your comments.

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  • Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 09:37 AM

    If you want to download the transport requests the best way to do it is copying the cofile and the datafile from the source system to the traget system.

    I have never done it the way described above.

    Regards

    Juan

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      Hi

      I don't see any download option for change requests with data.

      Copying Cofile and Datafile at OS level, won't require any RFC, you have to do it manually.

      After files copied in the target server, goto STMS in the target sap system and goto Extras ---> Other requests -


      > Add and enter the request number.

      Now if this method is not there, your admins might be importing requests at OS level, using tp command.

      tp import <reques number> <SID> client<client no.> pf =<tp profile path and file name>

      Ask them.

      Rahul

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 05:26 PM

    done

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