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Business Connector 4.7

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We are using BC 4.7 and we want to move BC 4.7 installation to an another server with all the configurations.

Please let me know whether there is any dicument to follow or sequence of steps that i need to follow to move the BC to new server.



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  • Posted on May 20, 2008 at 04:17 AM

    Haven't seen any such doc. BC developments are divided into two parts. Design part in BC Developer and Configuration part on BC Server.

    Design part are developed as packages. U may export the package from the source server, and paste it in the Inbound folder of the target server. Then goto the server -> package management -> Install inbound release -> select ur package and install

    In my opinion, u have to redevelop the routing roules and other runtime configurations in ur new server



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      Hello, when BC 4.8 will be released, there will be also be a Transfer Package released on SAP Marketplace. With that, you can easily transfer configuration and transaction data from one server to another (also from 4.7/4.6 to 4.8).

      Until this time, copy the following manually: (relative from your BC server directory)

      1. configuration:


      packages/WmPartners/config/. except xtn.log and xtn_audit.log







      2. transactional data (optional, if you like)




      This will work. It will transfer everything: routing rules, SAP configuration and so on. No need to re-enter that from scratch.


      Edited by: Christian Sy on May 20, 2008 5:34 AM

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 05:59 AM
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