I have a SAP system which I have called DJ1 This system has been configured as the Domain Controller and is currently...
setup as a single system landscape. We shall purchase the Production server at a later date. My questions are as follows: 1. I need to create a few development classes. But I get just 2 transport layers - SAP and another one without a name which says "Not transportable". So how do I create a transport layer? 2. Why does the tparam file not exist in my server? I thought that it would be generated automatically when we configure the TMS. 3. What steps should I take now to ensure that I will be able to transport all ABAP and other change requests to the Production server when it actually arrives?
1. You need to create at least one virtual system (e.g. QAS) and then create a transport route from development to the new virtual system. In STMS, goto the Systems Overview and creat a virtual server. Then when you create the transport routes, you will have a transport layer from dev to the consolidation server. This is, of course, a Z transport layer.
2. You did not specify what R/3 release you're running. TPPARAM was faced out as of 4.5x. Instead, you will find the tp_domain_
3. Once you create at least a virtual system that simulates a consolidation or delivery system, you will be able to create transports for your ABAP programs or any other customizing you do in DEV. The transports will need to be released so they become files at the OS level. Then, once you set up a real server, you can simply add to the import queue if needed and then imported.
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