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How to avoid discruption of existing data transfer processes from SENDER to RECEIVER

While you install SAP Landscape Transformation software (DMIS_2010 or DMIS_2011) as a separate SAP system in your landscape connecting to the same sender and receiver system (as it is for example the case for transformation solution Client transfer) as other DMIS-based application (for example SAP TDMS or SAPLT Replication Server), you need to ensure that generated objects on the sender and receiver system(s) are not conflicting and may disrupt existing data transfer processes. 
SAP Note 1892481 describes the potential issue in detail and illustrates how to adjust number ranges for affected objects.

Note: this potential risk may also apply if DMIS add-on is installed separately for SLO projects delivered as an SAP service.

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