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Homogen. copy recovery

Hello,

Is there anyone that knows of software that can make the recovery process after doing a homogen. copy a bit easier?

Like the Tcode WE21 the files and ports Ect. get overwritten by the ones from the PRD system, is there a program that can regenerate these things to what they were like before we did the homogen. copy?

Same goes for logical systems and so on.

Any suggestions? Or do we really have to make our own programs for making this eaiser?

Best Regards

Lisa M Simonsen

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 08:50 PM

    Hi Lisa,

    Before starting the restore on the target system take first export of few tables like rfcattrib, rfcdes,rfcdoc,rfcsysacl etc. And once your data base is up and running and you have completed the post restore steps import the tables in the target system.

    By this you will get the same RFC connections which were already exists in old system.

    I am not very much sure about the tables which store the port address. You can check like EDPP1, EDP13, EDP21 etc.

    Best Wishes.

    Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 10:38 PM

    Hi Lisa,

    As far as I know there is no such out of the box program.

    You need to create some scripts to perform such task as post refresh procedure. It is one time job and then you can use this customized scripts whenever you are performing such refreshes.

    -Pinkle

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