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Is it possbl for a business system to exist w/o technical system?

Hi ,

I have a business system Legacy_File_System_BS but when i click on the other attributes tab in the Configuration It says no object found.

i checked out the SLD but no corresponding entries exist and yes it is not a business service since I can view it in the Business sytem in the objects tab

and not in business service .

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fariha

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    Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 11:07 AM

    >>Is it possbl for a business system to exist w/o technical system?

    No. Only a Business Service can exist with out Tech systems...

    Open Business System in SLD and select it. In the bottom screen, you will get a tab "Integration" which will show you the associated Tech system.

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    Jai Shankar

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 11:13 AM

    Hi,

    <i>Is it possbl for a business system to exist w/o technical system?</i>

    No. Not possible at all. The business system refers to a technical system.

    The technical system has the product installed on it.. So when u are referring to your business system, it check for the products and s/w compnents installed on the technical system..

    Thanks,

    Anju

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2007 at 11:17 AM

    <i>i checked out the SLD but no corresponding entries exist and yes it is not a business service since I can view it in the Business sytem in the objects tab

    and not in business service </i>

    >>>

    Goto XI start page -> SLD -> BS and open your business system. In there you will find information like;

    Technical System:

    Client:

    Logical System Name: etc

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