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DR on SAP BusinessObjects Data Services

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We are planning to implement the DR setup for Business Objects Data services. It would be helpful if you could share us step perform the DR on SAP business objects Data services.


Sebastian A

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  • Posted on May 07, 2014 at 02:02 PM

    it will be a cold recovery only.

    - if a job server goes down while processing a job - then that execution will fail - will not be taken over by other job servers in server group.

    - You can reschedule\ reexecute the job on a server group - as long as 1 job server in the group is running the job will be processed.

    - You can use enable recovery while executing the job - so during re-execution after a failed one it will process only the remaining rows rather than processing all the data.

    check data services administrator gudie for details.

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  • Posted on May 11, 2014 at 09:02 PM


    Data Services Repositories are usually hosted in databases. This means the DR recovery options setup for the database server that hosts the Data Services will protect the code held in the repositories for DR purposes.

    As far as setup is concerned, you can take a point-in-time image of the data services app server, jobserver and configurations so that it can be used for DR purposes.

    This is only high level. But you can use this as the base to discuss disaster recovery options with your infrastructure counterpart defining the DR recovery options.

    kind regards


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