The configuration options available in the Advanced Options subscreen of Target configuration are generally not used by many Basis Technologies’ customers.
These Advanced Options are considered advanced / legacy functionality, and will not be required by the vast majority of our customers.
Consolidated Import Queues
Consolidated Import Queues are explained later in the Administration Guide. The following Target level configuration options are available to support Consolidated Import Queues:
|Consolidated Import Queue Options
| Does not require consolidated import queue options: Use this option for targets where consolidated import queues are not required
Provides consolidated import queue for related targets: Use this option for targets that are to be used as a consolidated target
Contributes to a consolidated import queue provided by: Use this option to link a target to a consolidated import queue target so the import queues can be shared.
• Target: In this case the consolidated target must be selected
• Consolidated queue visible?: This should be switched on to make the queue visible in the normal ActiveControl paths underneath the main import queue. Please refer to the Consolidated Import Queues section for details about how to set this up.
|Pre-import logical command
| ActiveControl supports transporting between SAP systems that do not share common underlying transport directories.
Before importing a transport request, ActiveControl checks whether the required transport files are available and, if not, automatically copies the files to the target transport directory. If further import pre-processing is required, you may use this option to invoke an SAP logical command (transaction SM69) to call your own script before the import is performed. You can choose whether the script is invoked on the domain controller or the target SAP system.
|Post-import logical command
|This option is similar to the previous option. It allows for a logical command to be called after a transport request has been imported into a target system. This option might be used for copying transport logs that were created by the import process back to the transport directories of the source SAP development system.