Wednesday, January 25, 2012

What are the TP commands & R3trans commands


TP commands:
tp export <change request>:      The complete objects in the request from the source system will be transported. This      command also Used by SAP System when it releases a request.
tp r3e <change request>:            R3trans export of one transport request.
tp sde <change request>:           Application defined objects in one transport request can be exported.
tp tst <change request><SAP system >: The test import for transport request can be done using this command.
tp createinfo <change request>:             This command creates a information file that is automatically done during the export.
tp verse <request>:                   This command creates version creates versions of the objects in the specified request.
tp showbuffer <sid>:                 Shows all the change requests ready to be imported to the target system.
tp count <sid>:                                 Using this command users can find out the number of requests in the buffer waiting for import.

tp go <sid>:                              This command shows the environment variables needed for the connection to the database
of the <sid> or target system.
tp showparams <sid>:               All the values of modifiable tp parameters in the global parameter file. The default value is shown for parameters that
Tp showbuffer<sID> :                show all change requests ready to be imported to the target system
Tp count<SID>                          number of requests in the buffer waiting for import
Tp importall<SID>:                    Imports all the request from buffer to the target system
Tp put<SID>                              imports all the request from buffer to the target system and locks the system
tp sapstart <sid>:                      To start the R/3 system.
tp stopsap <sid>:                     To stop the R/3 system.
tp dbstart <sid>:                       To start the database.
tp dbstop <sid>:                       To stop the database
tp locksys <sid>:                                  This command locks the system for all the users except SAP* and DDIC. The users that have already logged on are not affected by the call.
tp unlocksys <sid>:                             This command unlocks the system for all the users.
tp lock_eu <sid>:                                 This command sets the system change option to "system can not be changed" tmporarily.
tp unlock_eu <sid>:                            This command unlocks the system for all the changes.
tp backupall <sid>:                             This command starts a complete backup using R3trans command. It uses /usr/sap/trans/backup directory for the backup

R3trans commands:

R3trans -d :                               This command is used to check the database connection .
R3trans -u <int>:                        Unconditional mode can be used as we have seen in the above example.
R3trans -v :                               This is used for verbose mode. It writes additional details to the log file
R3trans -i <file>:                        This command directly imports data from data file without a control file.
R3trans -l <file>:                        This provides output of a table of contents to the log file.
R3trans -n :                               This option provides a brief information about new features of R3trans.
R3trans –t:                                This option is used for the test mode. All modifications in the database are rolled back
R3trans –ba:                             This command is used for a complete backup. we will see in the next paragraph how to use      the Control file for the backup.
R3trans –bd:                             This command is used for a delta backup if the user does not want a complete backup.
R3trans –bi:                              This option will display backup information


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