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can anybody deliver a explanation for the "client" concept via a example to be understood easily?

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    Oct 30, 2007 at 03:50 AM

    When you log on to an SAP System, you log on to a particular client of this system. Any activities you carry out in the system are always carried out in one client. When you plan your SAP system landscape, you must consider which clients you need for which activities.

    In an Integration perspective, XI is running on a SAP client

    Inside an SAP client you can have as many as user, products and software components deployed. Each user is then further associated with roles and responsibilities which control what exactly that user can do under the SAP client.

    SAP clients normally share the common SAP resources tht include the SAP system level services running under the installation and the database.

    You can create a client from default client got installed using client copy program.

    When you do a client copy keep in mind you are basically copying a large database content.

    Once you logged into a SAP system under a client with super role such as admin, you can manage all the user under the client.

    In a given installation of SAP Netweaver, SAP only allow one client to be an integration server. All other clients you will be creating under the installation will be acting as a business system where you run products and applications which can be integrated with each others using the integration server running under the same installation using the client assigned to integration server.

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    Oct 30, 2007 at 08:09 AM
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    Oct 30, 2007 at 03:34 AM

    hi joy

    information regarding SAP client

    http://www.planetsap.com/basis1.htm#item2

    regards

    Ramesh P

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