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SHMA - Shared Objects

hi folks,

we're using shared objects and are wondering how it could be easily achieved to build the "sharded objects" automatically on ALL !!!! application-server, or do we have to start the build-programs per each server manually ????

kind regards,

oliver

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    Posted on May 07, 2007 at 06:26 AM

    Hi,

    Please go thru the documentation given in the below link.I think this will help you.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/c5/85634e53d422409f0975aa9a551297/frameset.htm

    Rgds,

    Prajith

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 07:36 PM

    Hi,

    why don't you use an RFC enabled FM?

    You should create many Shared Memory Areas as you need on every application server, and then call up the FM remotely, distributing the call on each server.

    After all, the FM implementation should contain the preloading for burn up the shared memory automaitically at read-request and that's all..

    Imagine, you can create the FM with a generic table parameter, which you will pass to the root object of every shared memory to fill a class-attribute.

    This will be the same in every application server who responses to the RFC call: you start the FM on an the application server XX1 and this will distribute the call to the AS XX2, XX3 and XXX, passing the same internal table. Every FM contains the implementation to set an attribute "TABLE" of every class set up as root object for an area instance.

    Obviously, every call on one AS will refresh (or create new versions of) shared objects in all the AS linked with the RFC, to ensure data will be equals all the time.

    Hope this helps,

    R.

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    Roberto Pagni

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