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Saturday, 17 September 2016

How to identify who has imported a transport request in SAP system?

This article answers following queries:

  • How to identify who has imported a transport request in SAP system?
  • How to determine user id with which a transport is imported in SAP system?
  • What transaction is used for checking who has imported a transport request?
  • How to identify which user imported a transport request in SAP system?
  • How to identify which user was used for importing a transport request?

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Sometimes, there might be requirement to determine who has imported a particular transport request.

Example Scenarios:

1) Transports were not imported in defined sequence
2) Wrong transport was imported
3) You want to determine which user id was used for transport import

In similar scenarios as mentioned above, while troubleshooting an issue, we may require to identify who has performed that transport import. Please proceed as follows to identify that

1) Login to respective SAP system, in which there is requirement to identify the user who has imported a transport request

2) Goto transaction STMS_IMPORT, which displays import queue of system (as shown below)




















3)   In this screen, navigate to Goto menu and select Import History  (as shown below) to display import history of the system



















4)   In that screen, Go to “Edit” menu and select “Display More” option




















5)  It displays similar screen as shown below. Column “User” indicates user id with which particular transport got imported. Using that user id, we should be able to identify person, imported that transport



















Saturday, 10 September 2016

New SAP standard basis reorganization jobs

SAP has introduced 2 new standard reorganization jobs as per SAP note 1440439:



1. Job name: SAP_ADS_SPOOL_CONSISTENCY_CHECK

              Report: RSPO1042

              Description: Delete "orphaned" ADS spool files

              Note: 1493058

2. Job name: SAP_BTC_TABLE_CONSISTENCY_CHECK

              Report: RSBTCCNS

              Description: Check batch table consistency

              Note: 1549293

Implementation Process:

  1. Implement note 1440439 using SNOTE transaction
  2. Call transaction SM36 and select “Goto -> Standard Jobs” to schedule these reorganization jobs with a daily frequency 
     Please click below link for all the notes related to new standard reorganization jobs: