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Procedure documentation Preparing the SAP Systems Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

To prepare your SAP Systems for tp :

  1. Make sure that all SAP Systems have unique names. You can transport only between SAP Systems that have different names.
  2. If you have several SAP Systems with the same names, transporting is impossible because the target system of a transport is not unique. In addition, an object can be transported only once between two SAP Systems with the same name. After the first transport, the original version would be in both source and target systems.

    Do not use any of the following names as the system name:

    ADD, ALL, AND, ANY, ASC, COM, DBA, DBO, END, EPS, FOR, GID, INT, KEY, LOG, MON, NOT, OFF, RAW, ROW, SAP, SET, SGA, SH0, SID, UID, VAR

    Example

    T11 for the test system and P11 for the production system

  3. Configure the transport routes according to your requirements. To do this, use the transport route editor in the Transport Management System.
  4. Initialize the transport dispatcher.

Start the program RDDNEWPP once in every SAP System. Do this as user DDIC in client 000 and in all clients that are used as the source or target for a transport. tp can then start the background job RDDIMPDP in every SAP System if it is needed to perform a transport (export or import).

For more information, see Communication Between tp and ABAP.

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