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Export Import the redwood job from one environment to another in Redwood cronacle:

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Save it in the S drive in your system

 

Login to internet explorer

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Copy file into H drive

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Click reloads on the file transfer screen,
save file on desktop. Then open the file with Crimson editor.

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Replace existing Parameter values with new values

PARTITION: PARTTION_D with PARTITION_E

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SID: from QCM to ECM


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If you have second SID then replace it with new value

QX1 to EX1

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Change Incident value.

If you don’t have Application then creates new application in target system.

Create application: SC_GR_E_SYSTEM

CREATING APPLICATION IN E SYSTEM

Type <AlarmHP>

  Change sidadm name as “ecmadm”

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Now save this file on desktop, save in .sql format

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IMPORTING:

Now we need import this file in to below
directory and mention this vales in FILE TRANSFER.

Directory: directory path /usr/sap/redwood/server/ed1

Then click on send

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Directory path /usr/sap/redwood/server/ed1

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Now login with Redwood user on redwood host

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Now change permissions to file: Give full
permissions with below command

Chmod 777 <Filename>

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Now execute Redwood shell with command      < rs >

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Connect as 
< conn internal >

   

Now execute @<file
name>

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Now give privileges to users in Redwood for
new job

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  1. Niranjan Gade

    Cant we do this Import export using the Redwood Web Application which will create a .CAR file that can be export to other Redwood Environment. Confused by seeing the above process 😕 . Am I missing anything here?

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    1. Nanda Kumar

      I think the article is for Redwood Cronacle, which technically is in the wrong forum space.

      The .CAR file migration you are talking about is for SAP CPS/BPA by Redwood.

      Both are different products.

      thanks

      Nanda

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