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Multiple Target System in one System Data Container

Dear Testing Experts,

I am working on Test automation tool eCATT/CBTA and I have created a System Data container for ECC System.

Customer Landscape has ECC as well as CRM system.

Now, there is a customer requirement in which the customer wants create Sales Order in CRM system and Display the same Sales Order in ECC system.

The customer wish to execute the Test Scripts in both ECC and CRM managed system in one Test Configuration only.

My question is that should I place all the Managed system in one System Data Container or should I create different System Data Container, one for each Managed System??

Please help !

Best Regards,

Kavita.

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 08:27 AM

    Hi Kavita,

    Not with CBTA, but the regular testing practices ( we used to have these scenarios in HP QC/QTP) to create single data container and test script must compatible with both ecc and crm shared containers.

    regular ecatt allows to store different target systems in single data container.

    Please try these options with cbta, it should work,

    Thanks

    Jansi

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    HI Kavita,

    you can create system data container for an existing SAP Solution Manager project or a solution

    Creating a System Data Container in the Test Automation Framework - SAP Documentation

    kindly check the above link it gives the steps.

    if you have used ECATT etc it is the same thing and basically you assign the test case to the logical components which are involved in the respective business process. At runtime, the RFC destinations are derived automatically.

    hope this resolves

    Regards

    Prakhar

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