This file gives an overall view of all imports running in the SAP System.
The file SLOG is in thelog subdirectory of the transport directory. You can define the name in the transport profile (file in the bin subdirectory of the transport directory).
The default value isSLOG$(syear)$(yweek).$(system) . Two characters represent the current year and two characters the current week.
For more information on naming conventions, seeFile Naming Conventions for tp.
The entries in the file are represented in the form of a table. All lines are divided into nine columns separated by blank characters. Lines that do not fit into the table structure may also appear in the general overview log.
This entry defines the meaning of the columns. The following values are possible:
The following columns describe an action that was started. Actions can be nested in other actions.
START lines of component actions can appear before the STOP line of the current action. The actions involved are then described in the following column. The actions
The action that began in the corresponding START line has ended.
An error occurred executing an individual step. In this case the relevant line from the file ALOG is duplicated in the following eight columns (see
Warnings that cannot be assigned to a special, complete log are written to the file SLOG.
The line after the first column consists of unformatted text. A typical example of such warnings is described in Note 12746.
This line can only appear when the command
tphas encountered a situation that makes it impossible to continue executing the current command. This line has its own formatting: HALT (time stamp) . The subsequent line states the reason for the HALT message as free text and is followed by a line that specifies the process identification number.
All other text that appears is unformatted output that is self-explanatory.
IfERROR is the value in the first column, this column contains the name of the change request. This and the following columns are then formatted in the same way as the ALOG file.
The name of the change request can also beALL .
The name of the SAP System in which the transport step was performed is in this column.
Each transport step is uniquely identified by a character. This character is also included in the name of the complete log.