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Transport from One Server to Another - The Servers are not in network

Hello Gurus,

I have some custom ABAP software that I have been keeping in a "Z" package on the development system of our office. Now I would like to export the package into an OS file, copy it to a CD or Pen-drive. I want to be able to upload this package to the customer's development machine and continue further development on the objects. The objects I have developed include Transparent Tables with data, Function Modules, and ABAP classes.

Please let me how I can achieve this.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2008 at 07:43 PM

    Hello Hari

    If you have transactions CG3Y (Download ApplServer -> PC) and CG3Z (Upload PC -> ApplServer) available on your SAP system (e.g. R/3) then search for the transport file directories (e.g. DIR_TRANS: usr\sap\trans\data and usr\sap\trans\cofiles) using transaction AL11.

    Assuming your transport request is E01K900100 the required files are:

    - R900100.E01 (data file)
    - K900100.E01 (cofile)

    When you upload these files into the target system you can use transaction STMS to add this request to the import buffer queue.

    Regards

    Uwe

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    Posted on Jul 08, 2008 at 07:46 PM

    Hi,

    Thanks for you reply.

    But the upload/download requires target client.

    My requirement is to have all the objects in the package/ request to be in a format that can be copied onto a CD/Flash Drive later should be imported in a Customer System and we are not sure of the Target Client of the Customer System.

    Regards

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