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SAP BASIS Training in Chennai Demo Part-3
  • By Creating Experts
  • www.thecreatingexperts.com/sap-basis-training-in-c
    hennai/
  • Contact us8122241286

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How to Configure Transport Routes and Layers
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Consolidation Route
  • We need to establish a consolidation route for
    each transport layer. Development/ Integration
    system is taken as the source of these
    consolidation routes. Quality assurance/
    Consolidation system as the transport target. 
  • If the changes are made to the objects with no
    consolidation route set-upfor their transport
    layer, such changes will be automatically taken
    as local change requests, i.e.,
    not-transportable. Only one consolidation route
    per transport layer per system can be set-up.

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Setting Up Transport Route
  • Once the Domain and other systems of a landscape
    are defined, we need to connect them with the
    help of proper transport routes (and layers). As
    for many customers' systems landscape fall into
    the same categories, the TMS provides some
    standard system groups that can be used for
    easily defining routes. When standard options are
    used, routes are generated automatically we can
    select one of the following options

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  • Single System
  • Two-System landscape DEV and PRD
  • Three System landscape DEV, QAS and PRD
  • If we need to define a more complex transport
    system, we can also use standard options
    initially and thereafter define additional
    consolidation and delivery routes.

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Transport Routes Standard Configuration
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Transport Route Manual Configuration
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Transport Routes
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Distributing and Verifying the Configuration
  • After the transport route settings are made or
    modified in domain controller, all other member
    systems of the domain ought to know the new
    configuration. For that we need to execute STMS
    -gt Transport Routes Screen -gt Systems Overview -gt
    Configuration -gt Distribution and Activate
    Configuration
  • Additionally, we should also verify various
    check-points, to ensure that the whole
    arrangement is behaving in the desired manner

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  • For RFC Connections Overview -gt Systems -gt SAP
    System -gtCheck -gt Connection Test
  • For Network Transport Routes Overview -gt Config.
    -gt Check -gt Request Consistency
  • For tp  TPPARAM System Overview Screen -gt SAP
    System -gt Check -gt Transport Tool

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What is Transport Request
  • Transport Requests (TRs)  are also known as
    Change Requests. It is a kind of 'Container /
    Collection' of changes that are made in the
    development system . It also records the
    information regarding the type of change, purpose
    of transport, request category and the target
    system.
  • Each TR contains one or more change jobs, also
    known as change Tasks (minimum unit of
    transportable change) . Tasks are stored inside a
    TR, just like multiple files are stored in some
    folder

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  • TR can be released only once all the tasks inside
    a TR are completed, released or deleted.
  • Change requests are named in a standard format
    as ltSIDgtKltNumbergt Not modifiable by system
    administrators
  • SID  System ID
  • K  Is fixed keyword/alphabet
  • Number  can be anything from a range starting
    with 900001

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  • Example DEVK900030Tasks also use the same
    naming convention, with 'numbers' consecutive to
    the number used in TR containing them.For
    Example, Tasks in the above mentioned TR Example
    can be named as DEVK900031, DEVK900032

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  • The project manager or designated lead is
    responsible to create a TR and assign the project
    members to the TR by creating task/s for each
    project member.
  • Hence, she/he is the owner with control of all
    the changes that are recorded in that TR and
    therefore, she/he can only release that TR.
  • However, assigned project members can release
    their respective change tasks, once completed.

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  • Workbench Request  contains repository objects
    and also 'cross-client' customizing objects.
    These requests are responsible for making changes
    in the ABAP workbench objects.Customizing
    Request  contains objects that belong to
    'client-specific' customizing. As per client
    settings these requests are automatically
    recorded as per when users perform customizing
    settings and a target system is automatically
    assigned as per the transport layer (if defined).

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SE01-Transport Organizer-Extended View
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The Import Process
  • Importing TRs into the target system
  • After the request owner releases the Transport
    Requests from Source system, changes should
    appear in quality and production system however
    this is not an automatic process.
  • As soon as the export process completes
    (releasing of TRs), relevant files (Cofiles and
    Data files) are created in the common transport
    directory at OS level and the entry is made in
    the Import Buffer (OS View) / Import Queue (SAP
    App. View) of the QAS and PRD.

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  • Now to perform the import, we need to access the
    import queue and for that we need to execute
    transaction code STMS -gt Import Button OR
    select Overview -gt Imports
  • It will show the list of systems in the current
    domain, description and number of requests
    available in Import Queue and the status.

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  • Import Queue -gt is the list of TRs available in
    the common directory and are ready to be imported
    in the target system, this is the SAP Application
    View, at the OS level it is also known as Import
    Buffer.  

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Import Status
  • Import Queue shows some standard 'status icons'
    in the last column, here are the icons with their
    meanings, as defined by SAP

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  • In case, a request is not added automatically in
    the import queue/buffer, even though the OS level
    files are present, then we can add such requests
    by the following method, however, we should know
    the name of intended TR

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Import History
  • We can also check the previous imports that
    happened in the system as follows 

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Conclusion
  • In this Presentation I have explained about the
    SAP Basis Transport Routes and Import Process and
    Further topics I will explain in the next
    Presentation.
  • If you want to get the real time training then
    reach us. We provide you the real time and live
    scenarios training
  • Contact us8122241286
  • Visit us www.thecreatingexperts.com/sap-basis-tra
    ining-in-chennai/
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