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Live cache and Oracle/DB

Hi,

I have very little knowledge on DB side. We are using SCM 5.0 and just want to understand few things.

1. I read that Live cache is also a database. What happens when I enter data and save. Is it saved to Live cache or is it saved to underlying database like Oracle or DB2?

2. Why do we need two databases? Live cache and Oracle?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 03:22 PM

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    > Hi,

    > I have very little knowledge on DB side. We are using SCM 5.0 and just want to understand few things.

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    Please check https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/livecache

    Markus

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  • Posted on Apr 03, 2008 at 01:35 AM

    Hello Raj G,

    You have an SCM system with Release 4.1 or higher => you could run

    the APO One DB Server. In this configuration, the liveCache performs the

    tasks of the APO database, in addition to its normal tasks.

    Please review the SAP note ::

    687696 Procedure for installing an APO One DB Server

    If after you read Note 687696 => you want to convert your existing system to

    liveCache OneDB Server, please see the SAP note ::

    1019272 Migration to liveCache OneDB Server

    Please see the SAP note, if you would like to install liveCache OneDB Server in an SCM system ::

    1090836 Installing liveCache OneDB Server in an SCM system

    Thank you & best regards, Natalia Khlopina

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