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·  Go to transaction SE80. Navigate appropriate package or program. Under the object name, you can see Programs, Includes, Transactions, Dictionary Objects and many others. Select suitable object which you want to transport to another system. Right click then Other Functions then Write Transport Entry. Then you should take request with type Transport of Copies and put other objects you want, inside of it too.


Note : If you have table in your transport request, you should check custom fields in data elements. If you have any, take them in your request too by doing the same process.


· Go to transaction SE09. Select Transport of Copies checkbox and click Display button. Find your transport request and release it by pressing F9. If you did not specify target system. Double-Click to your request. Select Properites tab and specify your target system. You can select your present system because you do not have to move request to another client in your system.




· Go to transaction AL11. Find your DIR_TRANS directory.



· Go to transaction CG3Y. To get header and data of your transport request, write source file on application server path by combining DIR_TRANS directory and your request number for each attribute of the request. Target file on front end is for suitable place in your desktop to save header and data of your request. According to my example, my request number is QRTK924709. My path should be like this ;


For header of request :

Source file on application server :   \\DTYQRT\sapmnt\trans\cofiles\K924709.QRT

Target file on front end                :    c:\temp\K924709.QRT


For data of request :

Source file on application server :   \\DTYQRT\sapmnt\trans\data\R924709.QRT

Target file on front end                :    c:\temp\R924709.QRT


Note : You can do it without using CG3Y. This FM do the same operation ARCHIVFILE_SERVER_TO_CLIENT



· We saved request in our system, so we need to import request into external system. Login to external system. Go to transaction AL11 and find external system DIR_TRANS directory.



· Go to transaction CG3Z. Then import header and data of your request into external system. According to my example, my request number is QRTK924709. My path should be like this ;


For header of request :

Source file on front end                 :   c:\temp\K924709.QRT

Target file on application server     :   \\DTYHANA\sapmnt\trans\cofiles\K924709.QRT


For data of request :

Source file on front end                  :   c:\temp\R924709.QRT

Target file on application server     :   \\DTYHANA\sapmnt\trans\data\R924709.QRT


Note : You can do it without using CG3Z. This FM do the same operation ARCHIVFILE_CLIENT_TO_SERVER


· Go to transaction STMS. Click Import Overview button and double-click to appropriate queue which you want to import the request.. Then, from the Menu bar click Extras then Other Requests then Add. Write your request number and click Continue. In our example, we should write QRTK924709 into transport request box. Then refresh the page, you will see that your request in the list.



· Finally, you should import the request. While importing, you can click Ignore Invalid Component Version checkbox to prevent system conflicts. If you do not have missing object or variable in your request, you are going to import it without error. If you have error, you should do the same operations for missing object.




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