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Change Management Options in NetWeaver

My company has been told by various consultants to hold off on CMS until it matures a bit. Are there any other good alternatives you've seen out there for handling change management in NetWeaver?

(ie. Tools that help manage authorizations and movement of either transports or import/exports from one environment to another).

Thanks, Kevin

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 01:00 PM

    What version of the JDI did they evaluate? Also, what are you specifically trying to transport? If it is WebDynpro code I would recommend that you you the JDI to manage your code transports.

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      Yes we do. One of the choices when you set up CMS and define your track is to select if your are connecting to a XI system. This is a drop down in the list of parameters when you set up your system. Just make sure that you select XI and we have had no problems.

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2005 at 11:57 PM

    The company that I had previously consulted for had similar requirement for change management in Netweaver, and ended up using a third party product named Odyssey. The tool was fairly simple to use, could easily handle our requirements and more, and seemed quite stable.

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