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Creating New Source System Connection

[First post, so go easy on me!]

I have created a source system connection in BW QA, to an additional R3 QA client, but I am unable to assign any datasources to the new this new connection. [I know that I should have created the connection in DEV and transported through, but I need this connection for a small test, that won't be used again.]

To get round this, do I need to have my BW & R3 clients 'opened' again, then transfer the 'Application Component Hierarchy' via RSA9, then 'Replicate Datasources' in BW. If not, does anyone have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.

Scott

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2005 at 11:48 AM

    Hi Scott and welcome on board !!!

    When you say "I am unable to assign any datasources to the new this new connection", what do you mean ? Where exactly is the problem you are facing ? Are you able to replicate the source system or are you receiving some error ?

    Look at OSS Note 140276 'Error in source system assignment' to have more info about this task...

    Hope it helps!

    Bye,

    Roberto

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