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One Business System Per Client

Going in, I figured I could have multiple business systems tied to a single technical system. For example, if I have a techical system (SAP R/3) of RD0 110, and I want to have one business system for a vendor price check, another for sending ship notice idocs to a 3rd party server, etc.

When I go to add a second Business System to RD0 110 in SLD, I get an error that "The selected client already has a business system. Select a different client or system.".

Where am I going wrong?

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    Jul 31, 2005 at 12:43 PM

    Hi Keith,

    you can have only one Business System per R/3 client.

    Regards,

    Udo

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Keith,

      in this example I would implement ONE SWCV for the scenario in the SLD (donĀ“t forget to add necessary software dependencies (SAP BASIS release related to the R/3 system)to import RFCs in Int.Rep.) and as tech/bus. systems the R/3 system as a WebAS ABAP System and connect it to the new SWCV.

      The other two systems (Unix and HTTP-system) will be implemented as third party systems. Add them to the SWCV too (tech.system).

      You will import the SWCV into the Int.Rep. and create in the imported object you scenarios (mapping) (import RFCs!).

      If both communication processes belong to the same bus.process I would build them up both in the same SWCV.

      You can split them by creating two namespaces in the Int.rep object to avoid loosing overview about developed mapping and data/message types.

      Our intention here is to use SWCV to sort scenarios by business background.

      So here one SWCV is ok, with one namespace per RFC scenario.

      And you will only have one bus.system for your R/3, if the system has only one client! Background is that the bus.system needs to be well defined for the XI.

      Regards

      Dirk