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EP 7 SYSTEM COPY

Hi All

i need to know wheteh its recomended to take a system copy of ep7 runs on win64 platform and inistal and used it as a QM..if so can some one tell or route me for some help..

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Buddhike

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 01:12 PM

    Hi,

    last year I did a system copy of our PRD to build a QA.

    I think it's good because the QA will be the same as PRD and have same behaviour with patches/upgrade.

    Our landscape is x86, but procedure must be very similar for x64. Just verify in guides at service.sap.com/systemcopy

    Brad

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:35 PM

    Hi!

    As the Netweaver Systemcopy procedure is basically an installation it's a good approach to build your new system. Of course you need to be careful with backend and LDAP connections and the like so that your copied system does not access the production backends if that is not desired.

    Regards,

    Jörg

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      Hi!

      Directly after the copy your target system is an equivalent of your source systems at the time of the copy operation. This means everything that happens in the source system after this time is unknown in the target system, making a copy back to production a very unlikely operation. So you will have to point all links in your Q-System to the respective Q-Systems of your landscape after the system copy and you will almost certainly never copy your Q-System onto your P-System.

      As for documentation, navigate to:

      https://service.sap.com/installnw70

      and select the guide for your task - most probably the SR2 System Copy for Java Guide in your case.

      Regards,

      Jörg

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