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Evironment with two Netweaver systems and one BPC server

Former Member
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Hi there,

I heard it could be possible to use only one BPC microsoft server and direct one development/test netweaver system and one production NW system to exactly one BPC server?

Can I somehow define two instances on the BPC server? How about transport management?

We plan to implement BPC NW 7.0 or 7.5 if version is available in time.

Thanks in advance,

Dierk

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Former Member
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Thank you for clarification. The only way to save server resources would then be a net weaver / BPC installation on one common Microsoft SQL server.

Kind regards,

Dierk

sorin_radulescu
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Nilanjan is right you cannot have two instances running into same BPC .NET Server.

But you can configure the BPC.NET Server to use for a period of time a NW environment and after that just changing the configuration to access other NW environment.

But you can not have both environments running in the same time with the same BPC.NET server.

Regards

Sorin Radulescu

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Hi,

You can have multiple servers. And these servers can be definitely accessed by a single client. However, I would like to point at few things.

1. The servers and the client must be of the same version.

2. Through the BPC client, you cannot access both the servers simultaneously. You can access one server at a time. This means that you cant have multiple instances in BPC as with SAP GUI.

Hope this helps.

Former Member
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Hello Nilanjan,

thanks for the immediate response!

I understood that you can access different BPC servers using one client. That would be achivable entering different servers withtin the connection wizard?

My question is if it would be possible to only have one physical .NET server and the dependent BPC client from where I can access two separate Netweaver servers (test/production). This would need something like a switch where the Netweaver system can be selected.

Reason is that my customer gets his servers hosted and wants to avoid to pay for two .NET servers.

To run development and production version of Netweaver on one physical system is not possible/recommended at all I heard.

Kind regards,

Dierk

Former Member
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Hi,

As far as my understanding says, you need to have a .net server for each instances.

May be, some expert can give you more detailed input on this.