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dear friends

we are using ecc5 oracle9i on windows plate form

how can clint import and export

please describe step by step how can do

thanks in advance

venkat

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:19 AM

    Hi,

    I'm sorry but I have no clue what you are talking about.

    Please clarify what do you want to do, otherwise the answer would be

    Step 1 -> export

    Step 2 -> import

    But I do not know what do you want to export or import.

    Perhaps do you refer to a system copy.

    In that case, you have detailed explanation on the SAP guides.

    You can find them on

    http://service.sap.com/instguides

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    • Former Member Former Member

      HI,

      You need downtime of production server whicle exporting your application client means no user is logon to the production server during client export.

      try following steps :-

      scc8 : -- run scc8 in your production server client

      Selected Profile : select SAP_ALL

      Target System : Select your target system i.e SID of development system

      -now click on schedule as background job and select date ,time

      -verification popup appear click continue

      - info client export popup appear read it, in your case two request created under

      /usr/sap/trans data and cofile are created in corresponding folder,

      - check the background job for client export , after job is done check the transport request log ,

      - if no error in log import this two request in DEV ( development server) and give target client

      - after sucessfull import of request login into target client of DEV server and run scc7 post client import method

      mark helpful answers

      regards,

      kaushal

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