Strings, some of which may be defined or a number
You can distribute, or split, the data from a transport request over several files. This may be necessary, for example, if you are exporting very large transport requests. To distribute the data, activate the parameterfilesplit . The default value 0 deactivates the new function so that all files that are exported can also be processed with older transport tools.
The valuesoff , false and no have the same meaning as the default value 0 . If you want to set the parameter to a numerical value other than 0 , the export data is split into files of this specified maximum size.
If you enter one of the valueson , true or yes instead of a numerical value, tp assumes that a numerical value was specified that corresponds to 1 GB-1 (2147483647).
The names of the generated files are determined and only depend on the name of the transport request. If the transport request is called C11K904711, for example, then the files are named in the sequence they were generated, as follows: R904711.C11, R904711_0.C11, R904711_1.C11,...,R904711_Z.C11,R904711_00.C11,...,R904711_ZZ.C11. A maximum of 1298 continuation files is possible.
Default: Empty text
Value range: Text
If this value is specified, it is transferred directly toR3trans . If R3trans does not receive a value for the languages to be exported, it exports language-dependent data from all the languages that it can find. If the parameter language is transferred, R3trans tries to export the languages specified in this text. Each language is identified by a single letter. You can specify several languages by entering a sequence of letters.
The master language is stored for each object in the object directory (table TADIR). This is the language in which the object was created or is maintained. In this mode, the language-specific data in the master language is transported, however, not translated texts. This master language does not have to be contained in the language vector (LANGUAGE).
Only the translated data is transported in this mode, not however entries in the master language. Only languages contained in the language vector are considered.
As fortranslation , languages not contained in the language vector are also considered.
All entries belonging to the original language or contained in the language vector are transported.
All the functions mentioned are based on the original language of a text object being defined. This applies for all text parts of the Repository objects. There are exceptions for the remainder objects that are not listed here.
Default: Empty string
Value range: Text
Possible values:R3trans options
This parameter lets you use the transport control programtp to transfer any R3trans options to R3trans . Since you can specify several R3trans options using a transport profile parameter, note the following when using this parameter:
Procedure for Transferring R3trans Optionop_name = op_wert :
Change to the subdirectory
tp showparams <TSID> parname=r3transoptions
<tsid> is the target system name. The output from this command is normally empty. If your transport profile already contains R3trans options, this is the output. (You can ignore warnings or error messages about unknown or invalid parameters.)
Example for the option safeandslow=yes
Assuming the command above returnsrawdocu=no , then the new value for the parameter would be r3transoptions: rawdocu=no safeandslow=yes .
Value range: Text
This parameter is used to transfer the complete name of the programR3trans to tp . The default value is not a complete path specification. The operating system and the settings of the operating system are used to find the correct value.
Because all transports are performed by the SAP System user on the operating system level, the default value is correct.