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HCI configuration copy

Dear experts,

next week our customer wants to get a productive tenant for C4C. At the moment we have our C4C Test Tenant integrated in SAP ERP via. HCI. My Question is now: can we copy the configuration of our HCI Test system in the productive HCI system? Or do we have to do all the HCI configuration again for the productive C4C Tenant?

Best regards,

Paul

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 05:40 PM

    Hi Paul,

    If you are talking about copy of HCI iflows content from test to production tenant then currently HCI doesn't have any mechanism to copy iflows from one tenant to another HCI tenant.

    Also, as each middleware has unique tenant-specific configurations like certificates, private keys etc. so it is not a very wise approach to copy a middleware system. For deploying multiple iflows you can mass configuration wizard which is less time consuming.

    In case, you have developed any custom scenario in your HCI test tenant and wanted to use same in the productive tenant , then you can always import iflows as .jar file from one tenant and deploy it on another tenant.

    C4C:

    However, in the case of configuration copy in C4C side, a tenant copy process copies all the communication system, communication arrangements , ID mappings from the test tenant to the prod tenant. But you need to adjust logical system ID, Hostname, authentication mechanism, certificates etc. to new HCI tenant in order to keep integration running fine.

    Hopefully, I answered your query.

    Regards
    Sharad

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