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HELP: Deployment of i-views onto a clustered environment.

Hi all,

I was just after a quick check that what I am about to do won't break things. We have developed a number of java i-views which have deployed onto UAT and tested and are now ready for production. The production servers are clustered so things a bit different. If we were to take 1 of these servers off the load balancer and deploy all the i-views and set up the pages and roles will this effect the other servers? They are sharing the same PCD. Once everything is working on this one server the same process will be carried out on the other 3 production servers, which means the iviews can be accessed from all 4 servers.

This is probably very simple but I just wanted to double check, with people who have done this before.

Thanks in advance.

Nick Mitchell

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2005 at 12:49 PM

    Hi,

    All configuration like iView,page and role creation will be visible in other servers as well (do these config in one Portal Server), as they are sharing the same PCD, if it is a custom developed Java iViews, then PAR file has to be deployed in each infividual Portal Servers. Code Synchronization across Portal Servers is a tough process.

    Try to clean up the old PAR files by searching through them in SAP J2EE folder and delete them and upload the new PAR files.

    I think this issue is solved in EP 6.0, as it supports SAP J2EE clustering.

    Regards

    Senthil

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2005 at 11:15 AM

    Sorry, I forgot to mention that at the moment we are on EP5 SP5.

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