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how to find the transport request which was released to Quality

Hi Friends,

Could anyone please let me know, how to find the transport request that was already released from Development to Quality?

there was some change in customization took place. I could find the user (through change log) who made these changes, however I could not find the transport request number he has already released. I did give his user name in SE10 and checked the released checkbox and did click transports to see them, however I found nothing. A message got displayed on the screen: Cross-system information for user xxx. I can't ask the Basis people about it, as its not yet been trasnported to Productive.

Is this the correct way to see the transport request number? Is there any other way to find the number. I can give the tentative dates when the change was released.

This post might already posted before, I did some search, could not find the exact info what I am looking for. Would appreaciate if anyone could give the step by step method to find it.

Thanks in advance.

BR,

Sats.

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 02:57 PM

    Hi Sats,

    Goto T-code SE10. give User ID and execute.

    The system will list all teh transport requets moved to quality from developement.

    Regards,

    Arun.S

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 02:53 PM

    Hi Sats,

    Go to the Transaction "SE10" and give the user name, see the most probable(by looking at the dates) and in the top menu bar- GOTO- Transport logs. You can see the request which has been transported to Quality. Kindly please let me know If you need any more Information on this.

    Regards

    Ram Pedarla

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