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How to handle transport for mutiple clients ?

Hi, all:

There is only one BS (one client) in our Dev landscape.

In Corresponding QA landscape, it has two clients.

How do we define tranport target in this case ?

Thanks in advance.

Liang

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:00 PM

    HI

    Either

    you could transport it to both clients seperatly as you need to configure it for two BS in quality.

    The same object will be duplicated in Q.

    OR

    you could use dummy business system in development server and design the object as to connect to two BS one will be original one and another is dummy.

    (It will also fine if both the BS are pointing to same client)

    While trasporting to Q just replace the dummy BS with another client available in Q

    This will help you to achive the requirment

    Thanks

    Swarup

    Edited by: Swarup Sawant on Jan 30, 2008 5:00 PM

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      HI Liang,

      If you see my posting about dummy BS system, then in it for receiver determination you need to add two BS (In Dev. one will be real and another will be dummy)

      Here the Message passed will be reached to both BS simultaneously.

      If you would like to bypass the message to individual client then you could also add the bypass conditions in Receiver Determination (condition editor)

      When you will be transporting to Q, it requires two receiver BS to be configured in ID.

      Each client will have single BS, so this way you could achive your requirment and contorl the message to be send either to both BS or to individual BS.

      This will definately work

      Thanks

      Swarup

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