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Re-Transport erroneous requests in ChaRM

Hi All,

What is the best way to re-transport the request which wasn't transported due to some error (say RFC error) while importing requests from DEV server to QAS server etc.?

1) To transport manually by unlocking through SCMA

2) Re-transport through SCMA (Execute where the Red bulb is blinked)

3) Any other way?

Best Regards,

Nayab

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 07:35 AM

    Hello Nayab

    I thought it was possible to go back a cycle, isn't that a solution to reimport a transport request which failed ?

    Kind regards

    Tom

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    • Former Member Tom Cenens

      Thanks Tom.

      I think, the issue will be resolved with SAP Note 1498588. I've currently created new transport request (TR) and included former TR's objects to new TR and re-transported to Test System which resolved the issue. I'll check SAP Note's impact and reply back here

      Thanks again!

      Regards,

      Nayab

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 03:53 PM

    Mark as unsuccessful testing, the retransport from DEV to QAS will let your transport requests transported to landscape.

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