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Multiple IS components activation in one system

Hi all,

One curious clarification required: Can we activate multiple IS components (more than one) in one system?.

If so, please share your experience and & which are all the components can go together?.

My understanding is few IS-components can be implemented in 1 system.

Please share your thought on it.

Thanks & Regards,

Suresh

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    Hi Suresh

    Generally it is not possible to activate two industry solution in

    switch framework .(transaction SFW5) ..But we can make the activation

    of industry solution as client dependent and client independent . if we

    make it as client dependent then we can activate different industry solution

    for each client

    To know whether the activation is client dependent or client

    independent you need to check table SFWPARAM for any entries. If it

    does not have any entry then its client independent (repository changes)

    It affects all the clients. Please make entry in table SFWPARAM

    and try !

    I hope this information helps

    Regards

    VV

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