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TMS configuration- Extended transport control


I would like to know if i need to use Extended transport control option to add new system to the transport domain. Here is what I want: I want to add a Sandbox to the transport domain (DEV is a domain controller) So everytime when the transports are relesased from the DEV it should go to the Sandbox Queu and QAS Queue as well. Right now its already configured to go the QAS Queue. Sandbox is the copy of DEV and each has 7 clients. I have few questions:

1). Do i need to create Consolidation Route from DEV >> sandbox? if So do i need to create new transport layer or i could use the same ZDEV transport layer?

2). Can anyone tell me if its better to user the Extended transport Control option or not. what steps i need to take?

3). Currently the transport Group used is /abc/ from DEV to QAS , Can I just add additional target system/clients in that Transport Group or i need a new one?

If someone could give me some idea on how to approach

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    Nov 10, 2010 at 07:04 PM

    1. No. You can use the same ZDEV/SAP transport layer if you are planning to use the target group.

    2. It has lot of advantages(look at the link below or search the and you can define the systems for parallel consolidation with clients.

    3. You can add the sandbox to the same target group as your quality.

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      I haven't tried this scenario yet.

      Probably adjusting the Sandbox Buffer from the dev system adjusting the buffer becuase of the trans directory exists with your dev system.

      When you adjust from your sandbox, probably its reading from your current buffer.

      This doesnt sound odd to me.

      If someone has this scenario in their systems, he or she can update in this thread.