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What is Pre-production Landscape ?

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    Dec 13, 2007 at 10:57 AM

    Hi satya,

    The pre production landscape will be your development landscape where you have system meant for development only

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    Ramesh P

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  • Dec 13, 2007 at 11:00 AM

    Taken from an article

    <i>The system landscape contains all systems that were installed. The customer can choose any landscape

    according to the requirements.

    If the customer is very big, one can implement four system landscapes. Mid size customers can go for two

    system landscape.

    Now we will see different system landscapes:

    Four System Landscape:

    In this landscape, we will find four systems,

    1) development system

    2) test system

    3) pre-production system

    4) production system

    In development system, we find three clients

    100

    140

    180

    100 can be used as configuration client. 140 can be used for development. 180 can be used for testing

    purpose in development system.

    The Test system contains two clients

    010

    040

    010 can be used for testing, where as 040can be used for training purposes.

    The pre-production system is the one which behaves exactly as production system. It contains data similar to

    production system. We can test with similar production data.

    Production system contains one client where the end users will be working with real time data supporting day

    to day business.</i>

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    Dec 13, 2007 at 11:01 AM

    Hai

    I think Pre-production landscape is something, all components that are needed

    for production environment in SLD

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