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SE10: View and Release SAP Transport Requests

Updated May 18, 2018

Run SE10

Complete steps we follow here in Transporting objects

Step 1
Run SE10
In this screen you will select the request according to a particular user.

There are 2 types of requests
1 Workbench request : program changes by ABAPers
2 Customizing request : changes done to logistics in SPRO
Click display and see next screen

Step 2 :
Here select the task and click on release. (BDDK906722) as shown
It will ask u to write some coments and a right mark will come on task.
Then release the request number (BDDK906721) same way
Note task number is always greater then request number..
After this the request is released and there are three files going to these folders

step 3
then since we have released our request in development server
we move all the corresponding files from development to production server by using FTP
we login to solaris server using telnet

this will be next screen

from here u are at # prompt of production server
u have to get files here from development server so write
FTP ipaddress
this will take u to remote development server
there use following command

cd /usr/sap/trans/data : to go to this drectory in dev server
lcd /usr/sap/trans/data : to go to this drectory in prd server (l means local dir)
now do
mget *6621*
this will bring the data file from dev server to prd server
similarly bring cofiles and the log files by going into those directories..
then comes doing transport… there are only three commands…

1. TP SHOWBUFFER PRD this will show request in the buffer of prd
2. if ur request is not in buffer then do TP ADDTOBUFFER BDDK906621 PRD this way it will addur request to buffer… see the request number
3. TP IMPORT BDDK906621 PRD CLIENT=800 this will import the request in prd.

This is now done…. This is all about TP commands… only three commands
If some request fails and u have to import again the u have to use following command called unconditional mode

Here U1 will not check the previous status or log and will import the req again and overwrite,