Process Chain is starting automaticaly after transport
We have transported our process chains from DEV to PRD. We noticed that when arriving to PRD, they start automaticaly to run, without our indication to do so. The process chains arrive active and without errors, but we don´t want them to start extraction after transportation.
The start process variant is set as "inmediate start" in all our process chains, but we think that we need to schedule them in order to start. Am I right? Or is it that just activating the process chain after transport is enough to start the execution?
Is there any way to avoid inmediate execution after transportation?
Thanks in advance. Leticia
George Shannon replied
There is a setting that determines whether or not to schedule process chains as part of the post import procedure of the transport. This must be set in your PRD system (I think the tcode is RSTPRFC). You can work with your Basis team to disable this so that your process chains will not schedule after import. It would then be your responsibility to schedule them separately. Even still, if the Start variant is set to "Immediate", your chain is going to start right away anyways! Unless you have the ability to change the Start variant of the chain(s) in your PRD system.
Hope this helps.