This article provides step-by-step approach to create and assign System Landscape for the Project.
Stand-Alone Scrambling allows you to scramble data residing in a particular system and to store the scrambled data in the same system. Example – The Q/A system has been already set-up using client copy or system copy or SAP TDMS (without scrambling). You would like to scramble the sensitive content before handing over the system to users. In such cases, Standalone Scrambling scenario can be used and there are two system Roles available (Control system and Execution system).
The system from where we define the System Landscape and create/execute the Project is automatically considered as the ‘Control system’ and the system in which we want to scramble the sensitive data is defined as the ‘Execution system’. Thus a separate Landscape type is needed as it is two System Landscape and not three System Landscape. Landscape type called ‘TDMS Landscape template for Standalone Scrambling’ provides template with Control and Execution system for defining the System Landscape for Standalone Scrambling scenario.
1. Enter into the TDMS Work Center and select ‘System Landscapes’. In the right hand side view, select Type ‘TDMS Landscape Template for Standalone Scrambling’ and select button ‘New’ to define a new Landscape.
2. Enter Name and description for the Landscape and click on ‘Create’.
3. Switch to ‘Edit’ mode and Select ‘Next’ to provide System details for the Landscape.
4. Enter the details of the System to be defined as ‘Execution system’ and click on ‘Next’.
5. In the next screen, Enter system data and press ENTER to create RFC destinations automatically. Create the RFC destinations automatically by using button ‘Create RFC destinations’. Alternatively you can switch to enter an existing RFC destination manually.
6. After selecting ‘Create RFC destinations’ the RFC destinations are created successfully and the status of the same would be indicated as below.
7. In the next screen, distribute the RFC destinations between the participating remote systems and click on ‘SAVE’.
8. Now the System Landscape ‘ZDEMO_01’ is created and can be used in the Project for Standalone Scrambling.
9. Create a Project say ZDEMO_02 in the TDMS work center.
10. Enter into the newly created Project and switch to the EDIT mode.
11. Click on ‘Assign’ to assign a System Landscape to the Project.
12. TDMS Landscape template for Standalone Scrambling is displayed as below.
13. Select the desired Landscape for execution of the Project. (say for example ZDEMO)
Click on button ‘Open Landscape’ to view details about the Landscape.
14. In the above screen shot, Landscape ZDEMO is selected, where UC3 acts as the Control system and UA9 acts as the Execution system.