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Transporting changes from Dev to QA and to Prod

Hi all,

Please tell me how do we transfer/transport changes/developments from XI Dev systems to XI QA and finally to XI Production systems? I mean whatever Data types/Message Mapping/Message Interface/Configurations, etc created in Development system, how to test them in QA and Production?

thanks in advance.


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    Posted on Dec 28, 2004 at 10:11 AM

    Hi KP,

    There are 2 ways of transporting developments to QA.

    1. Via filesystem (export/import)

    2. Via Change Management Server

    We use the 1st option. You can export from the repository software component versions, namespaces or individual objects. If you setup your development so that every interface is developed in it's own namespace, you could transport per interface.

    Just export the namespace in dev. and import it in qa. You can trace the exports and imports and there is a conflict manager when importing duplicate objects.

    You could also use the same method for the directory. If you've setup the SLD correctly (transport targets) than the business systems will be replaced when moving scenarios to QA (or PRD).

    The only problem we currencly have is that e.g. our directory names for fileadapters are different in DEV and QA, and this is not changed during transport. So we are not transporting directory objects but we run the Business Scenario configurer in the directory after we've transported the repository objects (per namespace).

    Before running the configurer, make sure the business systems configured.

    Christiaan Schaake.

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