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WAS 6.40 Java plus Webdispatcher plus HA

Hi All,

I have to do a migration of PORTAL 6 6.20 to PORTAL 6 NW04 (WAS 6.40). I already did.

For that I have two machines. I've installed one CI and DI. But one of the problems is:

There are two URL's with differents port numbers. To solve this problem does the best solution is Web Dispatcher? If it is, do i have to have another hardware device or software for Load Balance? Or only two machine with one IP address each? Could I install in the same two machines?

Second: For HA - I've read many things that make me clear that the best solution for HA is install SCS in other machine. But I've already installed the CI with SCS. Could I move it - SCS (unistall from CI and install in other machine) changing the appointment or do I have to reinstall all environment?

Could you help me with this doubts?

Nivia

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2007 at 12:33 PM

    Hi,

    try this Link to get some information about the installation of web dispachter.

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw70/helpdata/de/42/5cfd3b0e59774ee10000000a114084/content.htm

    I think the Web Dispatcher is the right tool for your problem.

    To uninstall the CI could work. But i think you have to reinstall the DI to. That all could be very difficult.

    To reinstall the hole environment could be the better Decision.

    Regards

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      Hi David,

      It is me again.

      I am going to open a new forum but I'd like that you could have a look. It is because the installation of SCS and CI worked fine.

      But now trying to install Portal I have no error msg but it stays in step 2 (deploy) for hours (one night long) and it is still there.

      Is that normal?

      tks,

      Regards,

      Nivia

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