Differentiation between homogeneous and heterogeneous SAP system copy
Synonym(s): SAP System Refresh, SAP System Copy, SAP Client Copy, SAP Client Copy, Landscape Copy, Landscape Copy
The term "system copy" describes the process of creating a copy of an SAP system on a new server. There are two types to be distinguished: homogeneous and heterogeneous system copy and one can get to the system copy in different ways.
Especially in complex environments, SAP system copies regularly represent a critical challenge in terms of time and expertise and thus become a real cost factor in the long run. This is because system copies must be scheduled at an early stage, are complex, time-consuming and resource-intensive, require specific knowledge, tie up important employee capacities due to the large number of manual interventions, and are error-prone.
Renaming and restoring the target system database - adjusting file system permissions. Renaming, recovery and startup of the target system database.
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System copy of a Unicode system: Source and target system are Unicode systems. The same procedures can be used for the copy, as with the copy of non-Unicode systems.
The tool "Shortcut for SAP Systems" is excellently suited to complete an SAP system copy easier and faster.
System copy of a Unicode system: Source and target system are Unicode systems.
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Shutting down and copying virtualized systems, such as VMware instances, requires just a few mouse clicks.