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Exporting a whole process

Hi everybody,

one tutorial describes the export and import os a single DC in CAF. But that's on a very basic level.

Is it possible to export a whole process, which was modelled in the CAF designtime? With all Blocks, Actions, ...

So it would be possible to develop the processes at one PC and after tey are final we can "copy" them to the production environment.

In my scenario, a NWDI based solution is not possible. A colleague of mine (he works at a plant in some other town) want's to have a look at the processes i developed on a local pc. It wold be great if the processes could be exportet an sent to him. Is this possible?

regards,

Manuel

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2006 at 08:05 AM

    Hi Manuel,

    If the process is entirely modeled with Guided Procedures, it is possible to export it via the Administration Tool. Then, you can download a SDA which can be deploy on any engine where GP is installed.

    Put the whole process definition in a DC is necessary only if you want to deploy the process as content for your application.

    Best regards,

    David

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    • Hello Manuel,

      Please check out the description in SAP's online help, for example here: help.sap.com -> SAPNetWeaver -> NetWeaver04s -> (choose language) -> SAPNetWeaver by key capability -> Composite Application Framework -> CAF GP -> Administration Guide -> Admin Workset. There you'll find info about the transport of GP process content.

      Regards,

      Jan

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