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Services not visible i n sproxy .

Hi,

I have creates a local software component in ESR, and created a test service.

The service isnot visible in sproxy transaction.

i have already checked the following:

1)Type g connection is in place in sm59.

2)I am not getting the button to test connection in sproxy.

3)sproxy displays services under local objects only. I don't get any error message saying no connection to esr.

I have gone through a number of threads, but nothing seemed to help.

kindly help.

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 09:46 AM

    Local Software Component is used If you want to create objects locally purely for testing, you can define a local software component version for this purpose. A local software component version is not based on data from the System Landscape Directory.

    Pros:

    1. It works as SLD based software component version

    2. You can import RFC/IDOC for testing.

    3. You can create namespace and other objects under this.

    4. Test the new features in ESR

    Cons:

    1. No connection to SLD and ID

    2. You can't transport any local objects by using Change Management Service (CMS).

    3. You can't perform any runtime test.

    Regards

    Raj

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  • Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 09:45 AM

    you need to create an actual SWCV....local is used only for creating some dummy objects (from whom no configuration other than ESR can be. needs to be done).

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