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tables with distribution model(BD64)

Hello

I want to transport RFC(sm59), partner profiles(we20), ports(we21), distribution model from one system to another(it is the same system but after PRD->QAS copy).

I found following tables containing relevant data:

EDIPO

EDIPOA

EDIPOD

EDIPORT

EDP12

EDP13

EDP21

EDPAR

EDPI1

EDPO1

EDPO3

EDPP1

RFCATTRIB

RFCCHECK

RFCDES

RFCDOC

RFCSYSACL

RFCTRUST

TBDLS

TBDLST

I miss only passswords for RFC's and (especially) distribution model(BD64). Does anyone knows in which tables they reside?

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    Posted on Feb 15, 2010 at 06:47 AM

    Hello Jan,

    From NW 7.0 onwards, the paswords were encrypted based and will create a secure storage key which is based on the SId and installation number.When ever if you are copying these tables where the functional entires that requires passwods,which will be invalidated after copying.For this you need to migragte the secure store entires after copying.More over every time when these secure store entires got invalidated,will have a communication to SMP for the creation of Migration key.You need to look further to install migration key for this problem.

    1. Check which are the entries are invalidated after copying, Goto SECSTORE transaction ,select "all applications " option and execute,

    2. Get the migration key from http://service.sap.com/migrationkeys

    3.Install the migration key in SECSTORE transaciton by giving inputs like old SID,new SId,old installation number and New installation number.

    see details from this note:816861

    Hope you can solve your problem.

    Best Regards,

    Shyam Dontamsetty

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