The contents of the transport can be viewed in the Transport Request Details tab.
This shows all objects and keys contained in the transport. Where applicable, these can be viewed against the individual SAP task that they have been changed on.
Where applicable the object keys can also be viewed by clicking on the required line.
The Request Properties button can be used to view and change transport details and to see the users/tasks and their objects:
Copy contents to clipboard can be used to copy all the transport objects including keys into the clipboard in comma delimited format so it can be pasted in Excel.
Dependencies can be manually set via the Advanced Options tab. To do this highlight the required request and use the Add button to enter the dependent transport. TE will then ensure that any dependencies are imported first.
Unconditional modes can be viewed in the screen and these can be changed if the user is authorised:
If manual steps are required before or after the transport is imported, these can be defined for the relevant systems and users in the Manual Steps tab.
It is possible to enforce a manual step before or after import of the transport and to stop subsequent imports from being processed until the step is complete.
In the Systems tab the systems where the manual step is required can be defined and the completion of the step for each relevant system can be entered:
The Users tab defines the users allocated to perform the manual steps for All or specific systems:
The completeness of Manual Steps against individual Transport Forms is visible on the front screen of the Windows GUI via a hand icon with a RAG status.
Manual Step – Complete in current system
Manual Step – Incomplete in current system
(but not holding up Import of another transport)
Manual Step – Incomplete in previous system
(and holding up import of another transport, as the manual step is set to “After Import” and the [Allow Progress When Incomplete] flag is unchecked )
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