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SLD objects creation

Hello All,

Recently PI7.3 Java only system has been installed in our landscape and SOLMAN is the central SLD configured.

In ECC system under SLDAPICUST i can see SOLMAN SLD URL and while doing SLDCHECK it's also showing sucess but only technical systems are displayed over there.So, My doubt is now SOLMAN is the central SLD so we have to create Product, SWCV and Business Systems in SOLMAN SLD or in PI local SLD?

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Vasant

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 02:43 PM

    Hi,

    Well most of the time, I perfer to have the master SLD on production PI and only replicate content to other SLD. But it is up to your IT architect to choose.

    On a general way, all the Business systems, SWCV and component versions need to be replicated (transport, synchronisation...) in all PI SLD. For instance Business systems are used at transport time so it is mandatory to have them in all the SLD's.

    Regards,

    Guislain.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 03:19 PM

    Fisrt register your technical systems then create other objects in SLD this is good idea.

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