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Author's profile photo Sabarish T S

Transport Integration Content across Tenants using the Transport Management Service released in Beta

With the March 2018 monthly release of Cloud Platform Integration customers have the option to transport Integration Packages across Tenants using Cloud Based Transport Management Service which has been released in Beta mode as of March 2018. For further details about this service please see official documentation at Transport Management Service. The capability to transport using Transport Management Service is in addition to the transport option supported via CTS+. Please see blog for details on transport using CTS+.

This feature would be very useful for you under the following situations

  1. You have two or more Cloud Platform Integration tenants example test and production.
  2. You would like to design and test integration content only on the test landscape and move this later on to your other Tenants.
  3. You would like to manage the transportation of content centrally with clear responsible but at the same time do not use the SAP CTS+ On Premise solution OR would like to use a Cloud based Transport Management Service.

In such a situation this new transport feature enables you transport the integration package from the test to the production landscape.

The existing mechanism of transporting using manual export and import and CTS+ continues to be supported.

Getting access to Transport Management Service which is in Beta as of March 2018

Request a service entitlement for the Transport Management Service (alm-ts) application and the re-use service (transport) for your global account. You can request access to this service by sending an email to Harald Stevens ( ) and Boris Zarske ( ) from SAP.

Settings to be done to enable Transport Management Service

  1. You should enable transport to Transport Management Service. As a Tenant Admin (having Tenant Admin Role) you can do this by accessing Settings Option and choosing the tab Transport Settings. You would have to choose ‘Transport Management Service (Beta)’ from the dropdown list.
  2. Follow the steps mentioned here in documentation in SAP Cloud Platform Cockpit

Transporting the Content using Transport Management Service

  1. In the Source Tenant select the integration package that you want to transport.
  2. Choose Transport. This option is available if your Tenant Admin has enabled this in your Tenant Setting as mentioned above.
  3. In the Transport Comments prompt, provide comments and choose Transport.
  4. Based on your configuration the transport object would be attached to an Import Queue in the Transport Management Service.

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      Author's profile photo Naresh Dasika
      Naresh Dasika

      Hello Sabarish,

      Thanks for the updates on Transport management.

      In the past versions of SAP HCI/CPI (2.37) there is no possibility of transporting Integration flow alone from an Integration package. Is it taken care in the beta version (2.38) now?

      Does Integration developers need access to Cockpit to attach/download the .mta file to transport request?




      Author's profile photo Jens Schwendemann
      Jens Schwendemann

      Seems still only possible on a package level. This is limiting IMHO. Either the packages will become too granular, in order to have them transportable, or the likeliness of transporting an unwanted (because not yet finished) iFlow with multiple iFlows in a Package will increase.

      Author's profile photo Rodrigo Fritz Villagra
      Rodrigo Fritz Villagra

      Hi Jens,

      How can I know the characteristics of the production tenan environment and the Test tenan environment?

      Thanks for this post!

      Best regard!