We have three systems in our landscape.
First I have configured the STMS with two systems(development and Quality) making development as Domain.
I have imported all the requests released in development into quality.
Now I have added Production in the same Domain, but the problem is that I am not able to find the requests in production queue. I have selected the request and forwarded the request to the production then they are displayed i the production queus.
I want to know how to make all the requests available in the production with out this forwarding.
And one more thing is the requests which are released after the production is added in the Domain are available in the production queue with out forwarding.
Dibya R Das replied
This is what should have been done before building the production a virtual system with the same planned <SID> of production should have been created and put in the transport route after quality.
This, would have ensured that any request that is imported successfully in QAS to go into the buffer of the virtual system initially and then when the actual production was available it would have automatically refreshed the queue of production as well.
This is because for every system has its own buffer file in the /usr/sap/trans directory which needs to be filled and that is actually reflected in the import queue.
Now, since this was not done as a prerequiste. What you can do is take a dump of all the request that you want to add to the production queue either from the import history/import queue of quality and transfer it to a excel file.
Now create every row of the excel file - by adding the the following to every request.
tp ADDTOBUFFER <transport request #> <SID of prod> pf=TP_DOMAIN_<SID>.PFL
Save this excel as a .bat/.cmdor .sh file depending on whether your SAP box is on Windows or UNIX respectively.
Once done goto the /usr/sap/trans/bin directory and execute the .sh or .bat file.
This will add the request to your buffer. Goto STMS and refresh your queue- all requests should be there.
Hope this helps.