Including SAP Systems in the Transport Domain
Once you have configured an SAP System as the transport domain controller, you can include all additional systems in the transport domain.
This occurs in two steps:
Submitting a System to Be Included
To include an SAP System in the transport domain:
If your SAP Systems have a common transport directory, TMS proposes that you include this SAP System in the transport domain when you call the transaction.
(If your SAP Systems do not have a common transport directory, see
The dialog box TMS: Include System in Transport Domain appears, displaying the transport domain name and the address data of the domain controller.
If your SAP System consists ofmultiple application servers, you can choose one server for the TMS.
The initial screen of Transaction STMS indicates that the system is waiting to be included in the transport domain.
For security reasons, the domain controller must confirm the inclusion of the SAP System.
Confirming the Inclusion of the System
To confirm inclusion of the system in the transport domain:
The system overview appears.
The column Status shows that an SAP System is waiting to be included in the transport domain.
This SAP System now contains the necessary information about all the other SAP Systems in the transport domain. At the same time, the address data of the new SAP System is sent to all the other SAP Systems, and the SAP System is entered in the transport profile of the transport control program.
To avoid losing data, always check the
To reject the inclusion of an SAP System in the transport domain, choose SAP System® Delete in the system overview of the domain controller.
Check the consistency of the transport groups. Incorrectly configured transport groups can damage import queues and transport logs.
The configuration of the transport domain is now complete for this SAP System.