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Cloud Foundry: multiple spaces, just one XSUAA?

Hello, I've created multiple spaces in my Cloud Foundry subaccount.
I need to use the XSUAA service in each space to be able to login.
But I can only create 1 instance of XSUAA and I see no way to make it "global", but it's bound to a single space.

Can you please help me? I don't even see a way to have higher quota for this service...

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  • Posted on Apr 02 at 01:24 PM

    To my knowledge, the quota can only be raised by your company's SAP partnership/customer account admin in the "MyServices" app (requires additional licensing).

    You may benefit from this documentation, though I do not know what your needs are:

    https://help.sap.com/viewer/cca91383641e40ffbe03bdc78f00f681/Cloud/en-US/8ebf60c82a8e4cfc904f441c0c0acd6b.html

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  • Posted on Apr 03 at 12:01 PM

    Hi Massimo,

    why do you want to share the service instance of the UAA service across multiple spaces? As far as I know, this is not possible.

    Regards
    Simon

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    • Hi Massimo,

      I just checked our SCP account and can't find a quota limit for the XSUAA service anywhere.
      Also I can create new instances of plan "application" without any problems.
      We have 3 GB of memory allocated to our space and I have just been able to create 4 XSUAA instances without any problems. As Gregor has already described, I don't think you have to pay extra here either.

      A hint, because you talked about the separation of environments:
      Per subaccount the xsappname must be unique. It is not possible to use the spaces for separation into DEV, QA and PROD.
      -> Link

      Regards
      Simon

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