Transporting changes between systems is crucial for maintaining consistency across your SAP landscape. Below are the steps to perform this operation:
1. Initiate the Process in the Source System:
– Go to the system from which you want to port changes to other systems. [or you can also do from the target system where you are actually porting] – Open the SAP GUI and access the `UDO` transaction.
– You will need the following parameters:
– Source System Transport Request (TR)
– Source System Name
– Target System Name
2. Execute in the Target System:
– Log into the target system where you want the changes to be imported.
– Open TCode `UDO`.
– Input the following details:
– Transport Request (TR) from the source system.
– Source System Name accompanied by the client number.
– Target System Name.
3. Allocate a New Transport Request (TR):
– Once the above details are provided, the system may prompt you to assign a new TR for this transport. This is to ensure that the changes are tracked and can be rolled back if needed.
– Input or create a new TR as instructed.
4. Confirm and Execute:
– After all details are in place, review and confirm.
– Execute the transport. The system will begin the process of porting the changes from the source to the target system.
5. Monitor & Verify:
– Upon completion, ensure that the transport has been successful.
– Verify in the target system to ensure all ported changes are reflecting correctly.