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problem with data cache after system refresh

Hi All,

Recently we have refreshed PI 7.1 Quality system with the sandbox system and we are facing problem with the data cache in the Quality system...The quality data cache is showing the quality cache as well as sand box cache....here is the output

af.qx1.mpixq1cs01 Refresh Refresh

af.sx1.mpixs1cs01 Refresh Refresh

Integration Server (ABAP) Refresh Refresh

Mapping Runtime (Java) Refresh Refresh

Mapping Runtime (Java) Refresh Refresh

And even the Quality queues are pointing to sandbox ... quick response is highly appreciable ....

Thanks and Regards,

Revanth Kumar Kadali

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    Posted on Jul 12, 2010 at 07:14 AM

    Hi Revanth,

    As mentioned your QA system is pointing to Sandbox, this will occur due to wrong configuration. Please contact the BASIS team regarding the issue.

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      OK. I understand that the sandbox is refreshed with the Quality system.

      This occurs because of wrong configurations in the exchange profile.

      Ensure with your BASIS team whether the configurations are done correctly. And after, do a cache refresh and check the results..

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