SAP tp: return codes

For each step that takes place within the tp command there could be 8 different possible return codes [0, 4, 6, 8, 12, 13, 14, 16]. The meaning for each of those codes is as follows: Transport imported successfully: 0: Transport successful 4: Warning occurred Transport did not import
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SAP: STMS transport stuck

When coming across a situation where thetransprts are stalling/hanging in the STMS queue there are a few things that you can do: The fist and most obvious course of action is to contact your Basis support team. Given that you are reading this article you probably wanted or were forced
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SAP: deleted users [when/who]?

Actions that are done to a user profile, be that creation, modification or deletion are tracked in a table USH04. The field PROFS will reflect each of the actions referencing the following characters: A: add M: modify D: delete Simply enter the user you are interested in and see what
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SAP GUI: enable/disable input field history on text fields

This is sort of a usless but still somewhat interesting fact: I ran in to a problem where a user wasn’t able to see his history when he entered data in to his sap gui.  It didn’t matter which field it was every time he would re-login he would not see the data he entered ju
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SAP: set a printer to print on a Single Side

By default SAP printers are set up to print pages based on printer’s default settings.  To change that behaviour and control how the data is printed you can do the following: Execute transaction: SPAD Select your output device and enter the configuration screen On a 4.6C version
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SAP: Check the Passwords of Standard Users in All Clients

A quick way to check the status of all the standard users in your SAP system is to run a program RSUSR003.
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SAP: debugging in pop-up windows

Debugging in SAP is something that I do almost on a daily basis, most of the time I get by just by typing the /h command in the transaction window and executing the program but this is not always possible. The scenario that I speak of occurs when you are debugging a pop-up window.When
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SAP: transporting program variants

If you have a variant that you want to transport across the system try running program ‘RSTRANSP’.
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SAP: List of tables pertaining to Transport Requests

TABNAME Description E070 Change & Transport System: Header of Requests/Tasks E070A Change & Transport System: Attributes of a Request E070C CTS: Source/Target Client of Requests/Tasks E070CREATE Change & Transport System: Creation Date of Request E070CTV Generated Table fo
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SAP: Favorites and Links

All information about user set up – like favorites and links – are stored in system tables. So if you want to take a look how the information is layed out just hit se16 and take a look at the following tables. SMEN_BUFFC: stores favorites informatoin COLUMN-UNAME will disp
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