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Copy only specific data
Applicability of Systemcopy as a Service
The number of R3load processes to be started in parallel is specified in the {ex|im} configuration file. The Migration Monitor stores the state of the export or import process in the {ex|im} file. For each package being processed, there is a = line.

For companies, however, professional test data management is not only interesting for optimizing existing systems and processes particularly securely and quickly. With such a solution, they are also able to simulate the effects of serious changes even before the actual transformation. This can be extremely profitable, for example, for the conversion of existing ERP systems to the new SAP Business Suite S/4HANA. Decision-makers are thus able to successfully circumvent any transformation risks and define a roadmap for a smooth process.
Efficient options for SAP system copies
With the definition of package groups, the parallel processing of packages can be configured beyond the definition of the order: All defined groups run in parallel to each other. For each group the parameters jobNum, taskArgs and loadArgs can be defined separately.

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Installation continues until the 'Load Data' phase. Here the program waits for successfully exported packages and starts the import as soon as a package has been exported.

SAP system copy is made much easier by the "Shortcut for SAP Systems" application.

One of the most common methods of creating an SAP system copy is to use SAP's own tool "BR*Tools".

Disadvantages: - Potential load on the production system during IMIG - Additional resource requirements in the source system - Two systems running in parallel are needed (source and target system).

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