Friday, March 11, 2011

Create and Export Transport request in Enterprise Portal

Login to Portal server with admin rights

Click on System Administration

Click on Transport

In the Left pane, drill down Transport Packages and click on Export

In the middle windowpane, open folder Portal Content à Transport Packages

Right click on AMD Transport Packages and Click on New à Transport Package

Provide the Package Name, Description and ID details like shown in below screen

Click on Next

Review the Package details and click Finish

Click OK to view transport package which was created

On right window pane select the radio button ‘Yes’ for the parameter “Resolve References“

In the middle pane, go down to required Content folder which needs to be transported from main Portal Content Folder.

Right click on Folder and click on Add all objects (it includes all subfolders, iviews, roles etc… under this selected folder) to Transport Package

It will give a default warning message that this action may take longer time to export the selected content.

Click Yes.

Review the displayed Objects, iviews, roles, folders etc… for the Selected Content and Click Save

Note: Check the Resolved References value again to make sure that it has been selected as ‘Yes’.

Click Yes if you make any changes to these objects



Click on Export

System will generate an EPA file name with given details and date/time stamp in it.

Click on Start Export to generate package.

By default the EPA file will be generated in Application server under below path:

\\hostname\sapmnt\HCD\sys\global\pcd\Export

Click on Download file link to download generated EPA file to Local system

HOW TO IMPORT EPA FILE IN ENTERPRISE PORTAL

Login to Destination portal system in which the transport package to be imported

Click on System Administration and select Transport tab

Drill down the Transport Packages in Left pane and click Import

Select Server if the package is available in destination portal server under below path: \\hostname\sapmnt\HCD\sys\global\pcd\Import

Otherwise simply select Client radio button and browse the EPA file from Local system

Click upload to load contents

Make sure to select All for “Content to be overwritten” and click Import to start import process

Check the Status after import.


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