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STMS Transport REAPPLIES not visible in E070

pranay_aitha2
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Hi,

I am working on a program to capture the transports from various systems over the landscape into Solution manager system using RFC connections and a report.

I am not able to fetch Date and Time for the transports Reapplied, I am just getting the latest date and Time.

I used the function module 'TMS_TM_GET_HISTORY'.

Does any one know where the date and time of the reapplied transport is stored?

Thanks in Advance!

Regards,

Pranay Aitha.

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ThomasZloch
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Mine has the simpler return structure

Thomas

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former_member213851
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Hi Pranay,

Please use below code:

    CLEAR ls_request.
      ls_request-trkorr = tr_no-low.          "Transport request number
      CALL FUNCTION 'TRINT_READ_REQUEST_HEADER'
        EXPORTING
          iv_read_e070  = 'X'
          iv_read_e07t  = 'X'
          iv_read_e070c = 'X'
          iv_read_e070m = 'X'
        CHANGING
          cs_request    = ls_request
        EXCEPTIONS
          OTHERS        = 1.

      APPEND ls_request TO lt_request.


      CALL FUNCTION 'TRINT_FOLLOW_STRKORR_BACKWARD'
        CHANGING
          ct_requests = lt_request.


      CALL FUNCTION 'TRINT_FOLLOW_STRKORR_FORWARD'
        CHANGING
          ct_requests = lt_request.
      .

Inside LT_REQUEST , you will get date and Time for the Request.

Best Regards,

Sachin

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Hi Sachin,

Thank you for the answer.

I have tried this, but we get the latest date and time from E070 table. I want the old date and time i.e date and time of the transport imported initially.

Regards,

Pranay Aitha.

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As far as I know such detailed timestamp information is only stored in the control file of each transport request, which you can read with function module STRF_READ_COFILE. In the return table TT_COFI_LINES, you can identify the imports via field FUNCTION = 'I'.

Thomas

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Hi Pranay,

Please try below Code :

*-------------------------- Get information

  CALL FUNCTION 'TR_READ_GLOBAL_INFO_OF_REQUEST'
    EXPORTING
      IV_TRKORR = GV_DESCR        
    IMPORTING
      ES_COFILE = ES_COFILE.


* *------------------- Analyze

  LOOP AT ES_COFILE-SYSTEMS INTO SYSTEM.

   IF SYSTEM-SYSTEMID = P_PRP                "Prodcuction system detaisl

          LOOP AT system-steps INTO step.

      LOOP AT step-actions INTO action.

          gv_pdate = action-date

          gv_ptime = action-time

      ENDLOOP.

    ENDLOOP.

      

  ELSEIF SYSTEM-SYSTEMID = P_PEQ.         "Quality  system details

  LOOP AT system-steps INTO step.  

      LOOP AT step-actions INTO action.

          gv_qdate = action-date

          gv_qtime = action-time

      ENDLOOP.

    ENDLOOP.

ENDLOOP.

raymond_giuseppi
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usually i use FM TR_READ_GLOBAL_INFO_OF_REQUEST whcih return log of every export/import of the request.

CALL FUNCTION 'TR_READ_GLOBAL_INFO_OF_REQUEST'

  EXPORTING

    iv_trkorr = e070-trkorr

  IMPORTING

    es_cofile = es_cofile.

LOOP AT es_cofile-systems INTO system. " structure ctslg_system

  " Here system-systemid

  LOOP AT system-steps INTO step. " structure ctslg_step

    LOOP AT step-actions INTO action. " structure ctslg_action

      " Here action-date, time

    ENDLOOP.

  ENDLOOP.

ENDLOOP.

Regards,

Raymond

ThomasZloch
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Mine has the simpler return structure

Thomas