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SCM with Livecache

Dear Friends,

Our company has a requirement to install SAP Livecache on Linux.I searched for the s/w on service marketplace but I got only Livecache client s/w & not server s/w.After some thorogh search I got a SAP note where it was mentioned that standalone Livecache is not available for linux instead install SCM.So I installed SCM 5.0 with Livecache with oracle database & Red Hat Linux 4 OS.

Also I installed Livecache client on ECC 6.0 machine.Now I want to coonect from ECC 6.0 machine(livecache client) to SCM 5.0 server(Livecache server).I don't know how to establish this connection.If anybody knows please do let me know because its very urgent for me.

I have one doubt --Is MaxDB mandatory for livecache?

because I installed SCM with Oracle & not MaxDB.

Also please guide me about the installation.If you have any comments ,any suggestions or any other awy of achieving the same then please do share it.

My objective is to get the access to livecache functionality -- whatever may be the way I don't mind.

Thanks & wishing for the best.


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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 12:12 AM

    Hi sunil maurya

    Do you mean livecache client = DB manager ?

    In SCM system, if you go to T-CD LC10, can you connect to your liveCache ?

    Anyway, On MaxDB/liveCache topic, you have better post your question in forum

    MaxDB/liveCache instead of SCM APO.

    best regards


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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 12:13 AM

    Sorry, you already posted MaxDB/liveCache forum.

    Please ignore my comment...

    Best Regards


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