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Hi all,

I'm trying to have 2 business systems associated to the same technical system and XI 2.0 won't allow this?... I keep getting the message «The selected system already has a business system. Select a different system.»

Is this behavior normal? If not, will it be permitted with XI 3.0?

Thanks a lot!

Nathalie.

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2003 at 01:27 PM

    Hi Nathalie,

    XI-2.0 does not allow to associate 2 Business Systems with 1 Technical System for all Third Party Systems.

    We have reported this problem and will let u know once XI-3.0 is released.

    Prasad

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      Hi Nathalie, Hi Prasad,

      we have also this wish and we asked SAP via OSS. They said, that in XI 3.0 it will be able to associate more business system to own technical system.

      For Prasad: Is this correct? Will be XI 3.0 support this function now?

      regards,

      Ly-Na Phu

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2004 at 02:46 PM

    Hello Nathalie et al.,

    In SAP XI 3.0, one is able to create more than one business systems (BS) associated to the same technical system (TS). I just created 5 BS --> 1 TS in a XI 3.0 system. This abnormal behavior was found in 2.0 and has been resolved in 3.0.

    With regards,

    John Ta

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      P.S. Yes, and this is for all SAP (Web AS ABAP, Web AS Java), Standalone Java, 3rd Party etc. systems in the System Landscape Directory (SLD). Plus, in 3.0, if one deletes a TS accidentally, all the BS associated with it are not automatically removed and must be recreated again if a TS is changed; This is more efficient. Now, each BS must be manually selected and deleted.

      John Ta

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