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Procedure documentation Configuring with TMS under Windows Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

Procedure

To configure the TMS under Windows, proceed as follows:

  1. To make your Windows system known in the transport profile:
    1. Log on to the transport domain controller and call Transaction STMS. The initial screen of the TMS appears.
    2. Choose Overview ® Systems. The system overview appears. Choose a system by double-clicking one.
    3. Choose Configuration ® Display/Change. Click on the tab Transport tool, and choose Edit ® Insert row.
    4. Enter the following information:
    5. Global

      Parameter

      Value

      OpSys

      x

      ABAPNTFMODE

      b

      wnt

      x

      transdir

      <path to UNIX TransDir>

      wnt

      Example

      Global

      Parameter

      Value

      OpSys

      x

      ABAPNTFMODE

      b

      wnt

      x

      transdir

      \\trans01\trans4

      wnt

       

      A99/r3transpath

      <path>\R3trans.exe

      wnt

       

      A99/sapevtpath

      <path>\sapevt.exe

      wnt

       

      A99/system_pf

      <path>\default.pfl

      wnt

      The parameter ABAPNTFMODE determines the mode for opening the files used by tp and all the tools. These tools are called by tp.

    6. Save the configuration by choosing Configuration ® Save and then go back to the system overview.
    7. Choose Extras ® Distribute TMS Configuration.
  2. Include the following entries in the system-specific instance profiles of the SAP systems under Windows:
    1. Set the parameter abap/NTfmode=b.
        • This parameter sets the default mode for opening a file for the kernel.
    2. Set the parameter DIR_TRANS on the UNIX transport directory.
    3. Example

      DIR_TRANS=\\trans01\trans4

    4. Set the parameter DIR_EPS_ROOT to a subdirectory of the transport directory for Transaction SPAM.
    5. Example

      DIR_EPS_ROOT=\\trans01\trans4\EPS

    6. Stop the relevant SAP system under Windows and then start it again.
  1. You must convert the profiles into binary format of all systems running under windows that are supposed to use the central transport directory.

To adjust the Windows profile to the binary format, log on to the relevant SAP system and call transaction RZ10. Choose Utilities ® Import profiles ® Of active servers. This saves the profiles in UNIX format.

Result

The TMS is now configured for transport between UNIX and Windows systems.

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