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stms configuration error

Hi,

Iam doing 2 sys landscape tms configuration.In dev system in stms dev,vir,prd are showing in

activate icons.in prd system in stms prd and vir showing activate icons.in prd stms-overview-systems-create

domain link--there iam giving hostname,sid,sysno for dev after that iam getting the error

domain linkto domain_prd,controlled prd already exists.cany any one give me the solution.

thanku

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:33 AM

    Hai,

    you are keeping the DEV server as transport domain right..so your domain name will be like DOMAIN_<SID> of your DEV server. Whenever you include a system in to this Domain will get the above Domain Name auto. So what is your problem, exhibit clearly..

    regards,

    Gopinathan.

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      What you are trying to configure TMS for two domains? If it s two domain only u have to go for domain link concept.

      Otherwise if it s 2 system means set the DIR_TRANS parameter(Domain controller) as a common in both system and also set it in OS level in host directory.

      Then add another sytem option in Domain controller then approve the same.

      then configure the route.

      Thanks and regards

      Vijay

      Message was edited by:

      vijay kumar gopal

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 10:10 PM

    HI,

    You have to mount /USR/SAP/TRANS.

    Thanks,

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