STMS –> data file must still be transferred

    Hello All,

    In our SAP ERP landscape we have configured the transport system, but in QAS and PRD the systems’s queue shows status “data file must still be transferred” and a green twisted arrow icon for new transport requests in the queue. We can transfer the data files manually but we want to know if exist any possibility to schedule a job to do the transfer automatically.

    Thanks,

    HEPC

    Hello All,In our SAP ERP landscape we have configured the transport system, but in QAS and PRD the systems's queue shows status "data file must still be transferred" and a green twisted arrow icon for new transport requests in the queue. We can transfer the data files manually but we want to know if exist any possibility to schedule a job to do the transfer automatically.Thanks,HEPC

    STMS --> data file must still be transferred

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      Hi,

       

      Message “Data file must still be transferred” usually comes up when

      there is no shared transport directory. The adjustment will copy the

      transports to the local transport directory.

       

      Please push the ‘Adjust Import Queue’ button on the top left

      of the Import Queue screen (= button with green arrow)

       

      Thank You.

       

      Regards,

      Deepika

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        Hi,

         

        Message “Data file must still be transferred” usually comes up when

        there is no shared transport directory. The adjustment will copy the

        transports to the local transport directory.

         

        Please push the ‘Adjust Import Queue’ button on the top left

        of the Import Queue screen (= button with green arrow)

         

        Thank You.

         

        Regards,

        Deepika

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