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How to Transport Odata Service from DEV to QA

Hi Everyone,

We are in the development phase and trying to test moving the gateway service to QA and facing issues. Here is our landscape.:

We are using ECC DEV client for development ODATA service using SEGW and using Gateway Hub System Client 001 to register and expose the service from the ECC DEV. We have separate ECC QA system but using separate client 100 on the same Gateway Hub System to use it has a QA Gateway Hub.

Have moved the transports from ECC DEV to ECC QA. Try to do the SCC1 for the transports from Client 001 to Client 100 in the gateway system it says objects are not client dependent. When I log on the Gateway Hub in the client 100 it does not allow me to register the same service that is already there in the client 001. Not sure how to proceed. Do we need separate gateway hub for the QA ECC system too. Please advise. If needed more info let me know. Appreciate your responses.

Thank you,

Rohit

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    Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 04:43 AM

    Hello Rohit,

    In GW Client 100 services are already available and are registered.

    You can still connect the same GW Dev System to ECC Quality by creating an another RFC Destination & System Alias in GW Dev which points to ECC Quality.

    Now assign this new System Alias ( which is pointing to ECC Quality ) to the existing Services and keep System Alias pointing to the ECC Dev as default one.

    This way you can connect a particular service to both ECC Dev and ECC Quality systems and test.

    Your URL would b as below -> Sample one

    /sap/opu/odata/IWFND/RMTSAMPLEFLIGHT;o=<ECC_Dev_Syatem_Alias>/CarrierCollection

    /sap/opu/odata/IWFND/RMTSAMPLEFLIGHT;o=<ECC_Quality_Syatem_Alias>/CarrierCollection


    Please check this.


    Regards,

    Ashwin

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