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Client Copy By Using SCC8 and SCC7

How to remote client copy by using SCC8 and SCC7 T-code?

By : Mohd Ali

To do Remote client copy you need to use tcode scc9

For Client export & Import we use scc8 and scc7

For Export / Import:

Client Export:

1. Run SCC8

2. Select Profile for desired copy type (Usually All [SAP_ALL] or user master only [SAP_USER]. You will
need direction from the requester as to the correct selection here. Use Profile -> Display Profile to
display profile details.)

3. Select target System (or group)

4. De- Select "Test Run" (If selected)

5. Run Export

- Up to 3 requests are created, depending on the data selected and available:

1. "SIDKO00353" for transporting client-independent data, if you have selected this

2. "SIDKT00353" for transporting client-specific data

3. "SIDKX00353" for transporting client-specific texts, provided texts are available in this client

6. Monitor TP logs for errors and export files for growth


Client Import:

1. Create client (scc4)

2. Login to client (sap* - pass)

3. Manually add "O" transport then "X" then "T" to TMS buffer

4. Highlight #1 and use "Request -> Import" to launch import tool

5. Monitor "I" file in OS "/usr/sap/trans/tmp" dir for progress info

6. After Import is complete perform "post processing steps" from client tool (SCC7)

For Local or Remote Copy:

Client Import:

1. Create client (scc4)

2. Login to new client (sap* - pass)

3. Run SCCL (Local copy ) or SCC9 (remote copy) and complete the form as required

- Select Profile for desired copy type (Usually All [SAP_ALL] or user master only [SAP_USER]. You will
need direction from the requester as to the correct selection here. Use Profile -> Display Profile to
display profile details.)

- Select RFC Destination to copy from for Remote copy, or Source client to copy from for Local copies

- Execute in background

4. Monitor SCC3 for copy status

5. After Import is complete perform "post processing steps" from menu in client tool (SCC7)

Post Client Create Checks:

- Adjust client settings as Dev / Config / or Closed as directed by requester.

- Update Logon Screen for new / updated client info

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You need to perform postprocessing activities to adapt the runtime environment to the current state of
the data.
This is performed when you execute SCC7 after import of request generated with SCC8.

For Eg. what I have observed is SCC7 internally triggers programs so as to change logical system name
from Source name to target name. (Similar to function of BDLS transaction)

https://archive.sap.com/discussions/thread/1048261

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