Transporting your migrated SAP CPI iFlows to production

Transporting your migrated SAP CPI iFlows to production

See how to handle the transport of your iFlow to production

Here you will see how to transport your migrated and tested iflow into production.

  1. Create a landscape for the transport. It is possible to use only one system for the setup to see the transport process. The system is able to handle transports internally via Virtual Agents

  2. Goto Tracked Objects

  3. Select the iflow you want to transport and add it to a Ticket

  4. Add the test cases to the ticket and run the test

  5. Click the Start transport to process the transport

  6. Check the Configuration in the landscape

  7. Send the transport to approval

  8. Approve the transport

  9. Import on the target system

  10. Complete the Ticket

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