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HELP DOES IDOC FILE HAVE PHYSICAL DESTINATION ON SERVER?

hello friends,

I am going to work on idoc and have make a rfc connection between two r/3 system .I want to know about some points as :-

1. when i process idoc ,will there be any physical file generated on either of r/3 systems.

2. i am having my dev and production as landscape , now i m making idoc b/w two other servers which are on network but having different names and different landscape b/w them , so my point is when i make rfc connection b/w my two other servers will there be any issue with my existing lanscape(prod/dev) as it is also on network.

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thanks in advance

jase

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2011 at 06:03 AM

    thanks for the support

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    Posted on May 25, 2011 at 12:26 PM

    hi sir,

    yes this type of scenario come so we need to get approvel from the other server so there will be no issue

    for example when we want to change any d.b table we required basis acess key than only we are able solve the given task

    thanking you

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