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MDM AUTOMATIC or Manual port

Hi Experts,

I'm primarily PI consultant. In our current project, i'm working on MDM-PI-WMB scenario.

I want to learn MDM. Now i have learnt how to syndicate records using MDM data manager.

I know how to syndicate records using MDM syndicator.

Now i want to know how do i know that the port is manual or automatic.

i know that if port is made manual then the records have to be syndicated using MDM syndicator

otherwise records get syndicated once you make any changes in MDM data manager (if the port is automatic).

I have searched in scn and sap technical, i din't find the correct or specific answer.

I'm new to MDM, please help me on this so that i know that where is this that we can make the port manual or automatic.

thanks in advance,

Regards,

Amarnath.

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 03:50 PM

    Hi Amarnath

    These all configurations are done in mdm console, when you specified the port as outbound port you give the type as manual(by syndicator) or by automatic(mdss).........so here when you specify a remote system and port .....you have to specify there syndicate type also.....

    Regards

    Nitish Sharma

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