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Transportation of configuration objects from development to integration sys

Hi All,

Can we move the configuration objects from Development PI System to Integration PI system?

The names of Business components of Development PI system is DMD and WMB_Dev as sender and receiver respectively in Development PI system.

The names of Business components of Integration PI system is IMD and WMB_int as sender and receiver respectively in Integration PI system.

Because of difference in the names of Business components in these systems, Iu2018m unable to move the objects. To recreate all the configuration objects will take a lot of time. Is there any other way to move the objects from one system to other?

Please provide the solution for this ASAP.

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 04:05 PM

    oops miss read the "Bussines Component".....

    below mentioned blog is only applicable for Bussiness system.(already mentioned by Mickael)..

    Transport Targets and Groups in the SLD

    Edited by: AmitSri on Dec 15, 2011 5:29 PM

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 04:16 PM

    hi Gagan,

    Sorry, You CANNOT do this convert for a Business Component. We can only do it for Business Systems, as there are declared in SLD (and linked together by a transport Group).

    for Business Component, as they are declared only locally in PI config you should give to them a generic name (e.g WMB)which could be used in each PI environment, so without to precise a _DEV, _Qua, _PROD, etc...

    By this way, this Business Component name (e.g WMB) will be unchanged during the transport to other PI environments.

    Change its name in Dev (and your PI config) before to do the transport.

    Mickael

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