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r3trans - the SAP transport tool, that does the real work.

r3trans - This is the tool, that does the real work for tp. tp controls the import and export of changes and r3trans does them using scripts, that were generated from tp.

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r3trans in a SAP System

This tool r3trans does the complete transport work for tp. TP controls the transports and generates the r3trans control files, but does no database-connect itself. All the "real work" is done from r3trans.

A sample call to R3TRANS could be as follows:
(edit the following e.g. in the file /tmp/control)

SELECT * FROM <table>     (e.g. t000)
You can start r3trans as follows:
r3trans /tmp/control

The output will be generated as follows:

How to download the latest version ?

You can download the latest version of all the SAP Executables in the SAP Service Marketplace. As the binaries are different for each platform, you should have a look at the following link:
Download Executable Patches on the SAP Service Marketplace

R3TRANS online help with all supported command line options and further examples

This is r3trans version x.xx (release yyy - 15.12.03 - 13:51:42).

usage: r3trans [<options>] <control_file>

The control_file describes what R3trans has to do.

The following options are possible:

-c f1 f2 : Copy file f1 to f2 with character set conversion.
-d       : DB connect. Test if SAP database is available.
-i file  : Import from file without using a control file.
-l file  : List the contents of file to the log file.
-m file  : List the contents of file to allow tp to create a cofile.
-t       : Test. All database changes are rolled back.
-u <int> : Unconditional modes. See below.
-v       : Verbose. Write more details to the log file.
-w file  : Log file. The default log file is 'trans.log'.
-x       : DB connect without access on any SAP table.
U-Modes / Unconditional Modes:

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