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After switching source system in BW DEV Do we apply anything in testing/production

Hello Gurus,

After switching source system A to source system B in BW DEV Do we need to do anything in testing or in production ? like transport connection to sync the new source systems to the one in testing or in production? Any ideas? I hope this is the right forum for this question.

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 09:15 PM

    Pls be elaborate in your questions it helps identifying your problem.

    As far as I understand yes you need to maintain source system mapping in quality in BW for the new source system B.

    As system wont know and throw a error while the source system conversion of objects will take place in quality BW.

    Also basis has to connect the system B with the source system in quality and production and I am sure that must have already been done.

    Double check!

    Cheers!

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      Thank you for replying Suyash, They have not done the connect system b with source system in quality and production they are not sure what needs to be done after Conversion of source system to a new system in BW DEV. That is why i am asking. If you can give me more information or a document on steps on what to after I have converted source system A to B and how i did that was TC BDLS entered Old and new logical system next step is TC SCC4 to change cross client Object if need be Next step TC SE38 and select function module

      RSAP_BIW_DISCONNECT to

      delete the entries needed for the source system change in the table RSBASIDOC in both BW and ECC.

      Next step in the BW environment go to RSA1 to restore the connection for Source system B Then

      do the check and use connections and everything was fine with the changes and replicate Now my question is if you can give a document on a step by step on what next to do in other not to get an error in TESTING and PRODUCTION. Hope this helps get me more information.

      Thanks in advance !

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2012 at 09:42 PM

    Thank you for replying Suyash, They have not done the connect system b with source system in quality and production they are not sure what needs to be done after Conversion of source system to a new system in BW DEV. That is why i am asking. If you can give me more information or a document on steps on what to after I have converted source system A to B and how i did that was TC BDLS entered Old and new logical system next step is TC SCC4 to change cross client Object if need be Next step TC SE38 and select function module

    RSAP_BIW_DISCONNECT to

    delete the entries needed for the source system change in the table RSBASIDOC in both BW and ECC.

    Next step in the BW environment go to RSA1 to restore the connection for Source system B Then

    do the check and use connections and everything was fine with the changes and replicate Now my question is if you can give a document on a step by step on what next to do in other not to get an error in TESTING and PRODUCTION. Hope this helps get me more information.

    Thanks in advance !

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      Nene,

      When you say :

      They have not done the connect system b with source system in quality and production they are not sure what needs to be done after Conversion of source system to a new system in BW DEV

      You dont have to do any steps in BW quality and production if the source system they are connected to earlier hasnt changed.

      The only change you need is the source system conversion in RSA1

      Tools---... conversion of logical system names

      Maintain the right conversion for B now which was for A earlier in both the systems

      Cheers!

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