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Hi, Alessandro.

At the OS command line (logged in as <SID>OFR) go to the TP menu (option 2
from R3MAIN menu). Then take option 1 to change the current directory to
/usr/sap/trans/bin. Then, on the command line, type TP 'CHECK ALL'. This
will go through all your CTS buffers and determine which transports are
complete, old, etc. Then, on the command line, type TP 'CLEAROLD ALL'.
This will remove any transports (from the buffers) that are older than *30
days* (haven't been referenced in 30 days). The 30 day interval is a
parameter that can be set in the TPPARAM file.

Alternatively, you can use the TP 'CLEANBUFFER <SID>' command to simply
clear the buffer of all completed transports.

Hopefully one of these will be of help to you.

Des Olwage
Snr. Systems Administrator
Goodyear South Africa
Tel. +27 41 5055441
Cell. +27 82 824 6900


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22/02/2002 19:20 Subject: tms q

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My collegues, r/3 bad developers, each time, after a import request ok
ended, they leave the task in queue. Also if a task must leave into the
test system and doesn't go in production system they leave task in tms
queue. After one year of tms life ... the queue has got more or less 3K
task, re-read of queue is very low ... some minutes due a queue read 🙁
Has any one an idea to massive delete the tms queue ? Because if I must
delete every single task by hand I need ... one year 🙂

Alessandro Fusari
Vemer Siber Group

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