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Testing System Landscape


I am using EP6 SP2.

1) In EP5 SP5, I created an iView report that reads the

jcodestination.xml and system.xml files, and parses them to create an

R3 system landscape report containing all my system details and

connection definitions. I am now trying to create the same iView report

to generate this information in EP6. Is there a way to use the EP6

services/web services to get this information from the database, or is

there some other way to collect this data easily into a report?

2) In EP5 SP5, I could easily test JCO, ITS, WAS, and Drag&Relate

connections and definitions using the System Test and JCOConnection

Test in the System Landscape iView. Is there some way to do this in

EP6, in order to easily test my R3 system landscape settings and

connections? (I do not want to do this via the Support Tab, which

doesn't test all my R3 settings.) Is there some web service or iView I

can use for this purpose?

Any assistance would be most welcome!


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  • Posted on Feb 21, 2004 at 08:44 PM

    1) No. You may use the EP50 SLD API to access Systemlandscape, but I think you just parsed the .xml file? This is no longer possible.

    2) No. Sorry it s a really missing feature.

    BR, Oliver

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