Variables in the Transport Profile

In the transport file, you can use variables by entering parameters.

Enter these variables in the following format: $(xyz). You can mask the brackets with the “\” character, if required.

The following variables are available:

·        $(cpu)

The CPU name (alphaosf, hp, rm600, rs6000, sun, wnt, as4) This can be important for operating systems in heterogeneous networks.

·        $(cpu2)

This variable contains an acronym for the name of the operating system. The same acronyms as those used for specifying operating-system-specific parameters are used: aix, hp-ux, osf1, sinix, sunos, and wnt.

·        $(dname)

Abbreviation for the day of the week (SUN,MON,...)

·        $(mday)

Day of the current month (01-31)

·        $(mname)

Abbreviation for the name of the month (JAN,FEB,...)

·        $(mon)

Month (01-12)

·        $(system)

Name of the SAP system

·        $(wday)

Day of the week (00-06, Sunday=00)

·        $(yday)

Day of the current year (001-366)

·        $(year)

Year (four digits)

·        $(syear)

Short form of the year (two digits)

·        $(yweek)

Calendar week (00-53)

Windows

·        $(SAPTRANSHOST)

If you have identified a central transport host on the domain name server (DNS), use the entry transdir only with this acronym.