00712 - TMS Trouble

00712 - TMS Trouble

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TMS Trouble

* This is our process; need to signon DEV & distribute to QAS

1. Import Change request containing DEV Class updates
2. Signon client 000 in Domain Controller (DEV)
3. STMS - Overview - Systems
4. Choose the newly upgraded <SID> & choose SAP system - Update configuration
5. Choose Extras - Distribute TMS configuration
6. Choose the new upgraded <SID> & choose "Approve" (match)
7. Edit Tpparam to remove upgraded "<SID>" information since it will now use the
new TMS files

* Doreen

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Ingrum [mailto:basisadmZs...]
Sent: Thursday, February 08, 2001 1:31 PM
To: 'sap400Zm...'
Subject: TMS Trouble

Hi SAPer's,

We are on a 4.6C database and a 4.6D kernel. We have installed DEV and QAS on a
LPAR'ed system.

We have installed our QAS system (hostname LDCWLT243) and we are attempting to
set up TMS on our QAS system (hostname LDCWLT243). When we execute STMS on the
QAS system, it should read the DOMAIN.CFG file on the transport host (DEV,
hostname LDCWLT242). This will tell it that DEV is the domain controller, and
QAS should proceed to request to be added to the domain. Unfortunately, it does
not appear to read the DOMAIN.CFG file, is not aware of other systems and wants
to set itself up as the domain controller.

We can see the DOMAIN.CFG file on DEV from QAS with wrklnk /usr/sap/trans/bin.
The symbolic link to the trans dir from QAS is

When we try to explicitly designate LDCWLT242 (DEV) as the Domain host, we
receive the error message XT 121, Deletion of local TMS configuration failed.
An error occurred in the TMS communication layer. Error:
The system could not delete the local TMS configuration. This is probably
because you lack authorization.

We are executing this as SAP*.

We have created DEVOFR and QASOFR on both systems. We have not created DEV01 on
QAS or QAS01 on DEV because we have questions about the proper way to do it. We
have run FIXR3OWNS, AS4FIXFILE and CHGPGP to attemp to straighten out the
authorities. We are concerned because we absolutely installed this system by
the book and were always logged on as the correct user where specified for the
different steps!

Is anybody out there able to help point us in the right direction? We are close
to completely rebuilding TMS on both systems, but somehow I don't think that
will solve the underlying problem. TMS has always worked perfectly on DEV,


Robert Ingrum
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