To switch on each of the development system functions table /BTI/TE_ACTIVE must be maintained in the Transport Expresso domain controller system. An entry is required in this table for each development system along with the functions to be switched on:
- Transport is released
- Transport is first used
- In-Line Conflict Analysis
- Show object keys in In-Line Conflict Analysis
- Unit test on release
Transport is released: To implement the functionality to create Transport Forms and Tasks when releasing transports in the SAP GUI, the BADI /BTI/TE_BADI_TR_FORM must be activated in the relevant development systems using SE19. This BADI is delivered active and pre-coded to check the “Transport is released” activation flag on the domain controller.
Transport is first used: To implement the functionality when objects are first added to a transport in the SAP GUI, activate the field exit TRKORR in the relevant development systems (See the section on In-Line Conflict Analysis in this document for details on how to do this). The code delivered in function module FIELD_EXIT_TRKORR_SAMPLE should be copied into the field exit FIELD_EXIT_TRKORR function module to achieve this. This then checks for the “Transport is first used” and “In-Line Conflict Analysis” activation flags on the domain controller.
In-Line Conflict Analysis: This functionality switches on Inline Conflict Analysis, to identify conflicts across parallel development systems
Show object keys in In-Line Conflict Analysis: This option results in Inline Conflict Analysis showing object keys in the results. If this is activated, then In-Line Conflict Analysis must also be active
Unit test on release: This option switches on Automated Unit Testing within the SAP GUI. Note that there is some configuration that needs to be done as well, this is detailed later in the Administration Guide.
In all cases, an RFC destination called TRANSPORT EXPRESS CONTROLLER must be created, linking back to the Expresso domain controller system. (See section on TE RFC Destinations in this document for details)
This needs to connect to the main client in the TE Domain Controller system where the users will login so their roles can be validated.