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can we trace through which transport request certain request has gone to one server to another server

EX- let say my old consultant has created certain position and not activate them while transporting to production so i want to trace out throug which transport request that positions are transported

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 04:56 PM

    Yes you can do it

    Go into the table or view which you are interested in

    Click on

    Utilities --> Change Log

    enter the date range and get the change logs

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    • Former Member Sikindar T

      you can do it in DEV server itself

      Go to SE10

      Put the persons ID, check both Modifiable and Released --> Click on display

      This gives you the list of transports from that person

      Now that you specifically have the request you are intersted in,

      Click on that request and press Cntrl + Shift + F2

      That will tell where is that request transported

      Hope this helps

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 12:53 AM

    Try to Transaction STMS

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  • Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 08:40 AM

    any more sugestions

    gurus

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 09:24 AM

    HI!,

    U can find the details discription if a request ids in the client where u have imported,

    use, transaction STMS_IMPORT,

    AND then click CtrlShiftF1 for more details

    and Ctrl+F7 for import history

    you will be able to get the informion about the request ids,

    Thanks

    Paramshetty

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