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Suggestion on BW Landscape

Dear All,

As our Production of BW goes live 4 month back , Now we have changed our Development team for further reports , But Newly came team say that lot of things are directly done on production , not available in DEV and quality , Our Management is asking to restore Production backup on DEV and QRD . Let us know provide your suggestion on the same , How handle whether it will be feasible to restore PRD backup to QRD and DEV ,

Regards,

RK

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 01:40 PM

    Hello

    It seems to be a worst practice followed on many BW projects.

    It happen to me twice to recreate the whole BW landscape based on a production DB export.

    No major issue since then, we just went through a system copy, changed the SID, convert logical systems, recreate connections on source systems.

    Regards

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    • Hi Former Member

      Make sure you do not create new connections, but convert the current on that came alone with the database copy.

      So do BDLS action and then the RSA1 > restore option (make sure the client is open for changes and the user which you use to logon to the source system is having SAP_ALL and is a dialog user).

      Regards, Marco

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