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Source System Logical Name change

Hello,

We are refreshing our R3Qas system with a copy of our R3Prd system. As part of this task our R3Qas logical name is changing from QASC230 to QASC200.

I am at the point in the refresh where I am beginning tasks on the existing BWQas system.

I Right Click on the source system representing the R3Qas system "QAS client 230" technical name: QASC230. I choose 'Restore' I then provide the logon information but the system it jumps to is the Old R3Qas not the new R3Qas.

I know that it is jumping based on the RFC, So I assume I can change that RFC to jump to the new system, what do you think? Also what about the Source System name an technical name, will it always be QAS Client 230 and QASC230 or can that be changed to reflect the new name of QASC200?

Thanks for your advice and assistance!

Nick

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 01:58 PM

    Since the BWQ system was already an existing system that was attached to the previous R3Q system, this task was essentially busy work.

    The change that occured was that the existing R3Q system (Physical Name: QAS01 Logical Name: R3QASC230) was being replaced with a new R3Q system (A copy of Production was used) (Physical Name: QAS02 Logical Name: R3QASC200).

    The actions that I needed to take to connect BWQ to the new R3Q follow:

    1. On QAS02 visit TX SE37. and run RSAP_BIW_DISCONNECT, Choose 'Single Test'. For I_BIW_LOGSYS: I provided BWP001 which corresponds to the logical name of our Production BW system. For I_OLTP_LOGSYS: I provided R3PRDC200 which corresponds to the logical name of the QAS02 system (this system). I then Click 'Execute' and 10 seconds later this step is done.

    2. On QAS02 visit TX: BDLS. For the 'Old Logical System Name' provide BWP001. For the 'New Logical System Name' provide BWQ001. Ensure the 1st radio button is selected, and deselect all checkboxes. From the Program menu choose to 'Execute' in background (it took about 45 minutes). Confirm the 'Mapping System Name'.

    3. Again on QAS02 visit TX: BDLS. For the 'Old Logical System Name' provide R3PRDC200. For the 'New Logical System Name' provide R3QASC200. Ensure the 1st radio button is selected, and deselect all checkboxes. From the Program menu choose to 'Execute' in background (BASIS already did this step so a message appeared to that effect)

    4. On the BWQ box visit TX: BDLS. For the 'Old Logical System Name' provide R3QASC230. For the 'New Logical System Name' provide R3QASC200. Ensure the 1st radio button is selected, and deselect all checkboxes. From the Program menu choose to 'Execute' in background (it took about 45 minutes). Confirm the at the prompt and run.

    5. On BWQ create new RFC's based on the old ones to point at the new QAS02 system. Modify the old ones with an X in the 'Target Host' so they do not function.

    6. Open up the BWQ client in SCC4. (or perhaps try SM30 to modify the table in the next step)

    7. On BWQ visit TX: SE16. Tablename: RSLOGSYSDEST. Change the 'Old' reference to the QAS box to the 'New' information. (ie: R3QASC230 became R3QASC200).

    8. On BWQ visit TX: WE20. Expand 'Partner Type LS', Select 'R3QASC200', click the classification tabe, change the 'Partn.Status' from I to 'A' and save.

    9. On BWQ right click on the R3 Source system and choose 'Restore' Provide the passwords that are required. When prompted to logon to the remote system use an ADMIN (BASIS) level Account. Click 'Continue' when you get the 'User exists...' prompt. Click 'Only Activate' when prompted. you will then get a termination message regarding the port description.

    10. On BWQ Back at WE20: Expand 'Partner Type LS', Select R3QASC200, double click on RSRQST. Under 'Outbound Options' click the drop down for 'Reciever port' Select the 'new' correct system and 'Save'.

    11. On BWQ right click on the R3 Source system and choose 'Restore' Provide the passwords that are required. When prompted to logon to the remote system use an ADMIN (BASIS) level Account. Click 'Continue' when you get the 'User exists...' prompt. You will get a prompt to Use or Check, choose 'Use'. When prompted about 'Connection cannot be used' click 'Delete'. Logon again as ADMIN account, Click 'Continue' when you get the 'User exists...' prompt. Click 'Replicate as well' when prompted. you will then get a termination message regarding the port description.

    You should be all set now!

    Nick

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