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SLD Transport Paths - No Targets

Hi

I've inherited a PI 7.3 landscape with the normal 3 tier environment - DEV, QA and PRD. Each have their own SLD.

The business systems in each SLD have the same name but are based on different technical systems.

My problem is that when trying to setup SLD transport paths/groups the target drop down is always empty.

So for example I have ECC business system in both DEV and QA groups with related integration servers selected. But in the DEV SLD the QA group is always empty, so i cant select a target system for it.

What could be missing here?

Regards

Riaz

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2015 at 06:20 AM

    Hi Riaz,

    The Business system names for DEV, QA and Prod should be different to setup transport target. And all the system should be present in all three SLD

    e.g.

    Dev integration system - PI with Dev group

    Dev ECC bus system - ECC_DEV - associated with Dev integration system and part of Dev group

    QA ECC - ECC_QA - Associated with QA integration system and part of QA group

    Transport target

    ECC_DEV --> ECC_QA

    refer the link - System Landscape Directory (SLD)

    regards,

    Harish

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    • would you want to do the grouping in dev?

      you have to do the grouping in Qa and prod

      QA system : Dev Business Sysem -->QA business system.

      grouping should be done in target system where you need to import. DEV,QA,PROD landscape, groups should be mapping in QA,PROD.

      it is not required to do it in DEV.

      if you still want it in DEV, import the QA TS into DEV, create BS. import QA PI integration engine TS into DEV sld. create Integration_Engine_java_PIQ.

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