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ITS - A Specific Requirement

Hi Experts,

We have a specific requirement.

Customer has a 3 Landscape System (ERP6.0).

As of Kernel 700, ITS is included by default in the System.

But customer does not want to use this System for ITS Functions

He wants to make a separate Server for ITS alone.

and the separate server to talk to the (existing)

3 Landscape ERP6.0 System.

1. Is this Possible ?

2. What happens to the ITS in the (existing )ERP6.0 System.?

( If yes to Question 1, can the existing ERP 6.0 system's ITS be disabled. )

Need your Advice.

Thanks & Regards,

Paguras

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 06:44 AM

    hi paguras

    it is possible

    but it is depends on landscape structure.(how they structure defined previously).......

    No it won't disabled we can do seperate as same system..as Back up ........

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      hi paguras

      i don't know the help lines

      but i know the senario

      we have 4 dev ,4 qty , 4 prod

      with that we want only 1 dev, 1 prd ,1 qty

      by following the landscape by migrating the all different servers

      we will go for migration

      taking this as eg......

      1 dev server divided into 4 dev

      1 qty server divided into 4 dev

      1 prd server divided into 4 dev

      if u want logically

      u can divided these servers

      into different servers

      but the whole dividing part defined under the landscape structure permission...

      intially for it is there any there any migration is going or not. what i mean ...........

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