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2 clients in DEV

Most of the places, Why there are 2 clients in Dev?

I understand, one for ABAPers/technical and one for configurations/functional, if anyone can add to it or provide more details will be helpful.

Some places, required to move transports between these clients, others not.

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 03:13 PM

    Dear,

    Your question is good,

    y we maintain 2 clients in Development server is, because....we have to chek the free flow of the data and to check in-consistency and important issue is Security.

    This is best way to maintain to check the scenarios also.

    all the best

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Currently where I am working they have 4 Dev clients, I know which is not relevant.

      The main reason behind this is b'coz on 150-client the ABAPers will develop programs which are never client dependant. On 100-Client we are suppose to do Config only, on 120-Client we are doing raw testing of some test data, on 130-Client which is always a copy of Production system is used to test the new config by pulling the request from SCC1.

      In this way, the config is not touched in any other clients as they are not modifiable & the new ammendments are tested properly.

      Regards,

      Prasad Lad

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 03:03 PM

    Hi,

    Generally this procedure is related to cleanliness of the system.

    In one of the clients -which is mostly named as TEST client-, you have mass data to test all the configuration and development items.

    In the other client -DEVELOPMENT-, however, you have a neat system without data from which the transports are directly trasported to quality and production systems.

    Regards,

    Dilek

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