In the old domain, a transport route already exists between development all the way up to production. If you replace the production system with a virtual production system, all transports imported into acceptance will go to the virtual buffer of the production system. When the productive system is upgraded, it can replace the virtual system in the transport domain. All transports needed for the upgrade can then easily be imported.
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