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Changing Quality Client

Dears,

We have two system landscape.In our DEV system we are using client 333 as Quality.

Now we are doing remote client copy from PRD to Dev.For it I am creating a new client 444 in DEV in which

I will do remote client copy from PRD 999 to DEV 444.

Now my planning is that we want to use this 444 as Quality client and to delete 333 permanently.

Now except changes in TMS configuration,Should I have to perform some other action also for this activity.

Please suggest.

Deepak

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    Aug 11, 2008 at 09:33 PM

    Besides TMS ...

    1. All remote system connections to the old DEV 333 needs to be changed to DEV 444. This includes SAP and non-SAP system interfaces.

    2. When you delete 333, make sure you cycle the system and lock all users before you delete the client. Also, make sure you hold all the jobs.

    3. Check to see if you have any custom client-specific programs that needs adjusting.

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      > Hi,

      >

      > Thanks for the reply.

      >

      > Everythings got clear to me except "make sure you cycle the system"&"Check to see if you have any custom client-specific programs that needs adjusting."

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      > Please make this two points clear to me,how can I perform these two scenarios.

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      > Deepak

      Cycle the system because upon locking the users, people who are logged in must be forced off the system. Unless you want to run SM04 for every instance and log off everyone individually, the easiest way is just to cycle the system.

      If you have any custom programs or variants that references the client, you must adjust them manually. This of course can be done after client 444 is created. The jobs / programs will simply stop running, at which time just adjust / fix appropriately.