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Hello, have you tried the good old OS? files ALOG*, ULOG*, SLOG* and the transport log in /usr/sap/trans/log/ directory :) Regards, Zav I cleaned out ALOG, SLOG, ULOG, and deleted all files from log and temp. I cleaned out the files in buffer as well. Then I cycled the system. They are still there.
Nope, I cleaned out everything from both E070V and TMSALOG and then cycled the system. The rows still show in the Import History.thx4allthefish wrote:table is E070V in combination with TMSALOG.
to be more precise: TMSALOG with call function TMS_WBO_READ_E070V where the rest of the information is found.
I have a singular situation - we imported some transports from SAP and now they don't want them to show in any reports or screens anywhere. I have pretty much cleaned them out but I cannot find where the Import History - STMS -> Overview -> Import -> <double-click queue> -> Import History - data is ...
- Mon Jun 16, 2008 1:17 pm
- Forum: Basis
- Topic: Locked smartform object in transport request [RESOLVED]
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1500
We need to know that exact text of any errors you get in SE10 when you attempt to release your transport. You could always unlock the transport using SE03 but that should only be a last resort.
- Sun Jun 15, 2008 4:26 pm
- Forum: Basis
- Topic: Y we have to conigure host file for sap installation?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 519
Because that is what SAP tells us we must do - something somewhere needs to see the alias SAPTRANSHIST - and has been telling us to do for more than a decade. If you plan to get very far on the SAP technical side, you should treat these things like mathematicians treat theorems in geometry - you don...
- Fri Jun 13, 2008 6:48 pm
- Forum: SAP Security
- Topic: Users Loked Automatically(64 status)
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1630
I might have missed this but does "These users were not locked in CUA but in R3" mean that the From-To range was set in the 4.7 system but not in the SolMan system? So we are looking for something that is outside the control of CUA? Something that has the ability to bypass CUA and make changes to th...
Content repositories get monitored whether you manually set them up for it or not. You can check the results in CSMONITOR. SAPSYS is the user, and it leaves a date/timestamp on the repository so it knows it did it's weekly checks.
Go here - https://websmp203.sap-ag.de/~form/sapne ... 594442007E - and read.
- Sat Jun 07, 2008 8:19 pm
- Forum: Basis
- Topic: Database Migration: Performance Optimization
- Replies: 1
- Views: 488
Read the documentation provided by SAP - that is why you pay them and not us. Each migration source, target, and version makes this answer variable.
Do you have email successfully being "pushed" out of any of your other SAP instances? What is your OS and platform? So some of the the messages being sent out of TOPCALL suceed and some fail - can you identify anything these two groups have in common? Can you attempt a resend - and does it work? Can...