What is the difference between homogeneous and heterogeneous system copy??

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raghu

  • Feb 3rd, 2006
 

I am able to answer this question

Homogenous System is within your land scape

Homogeneous system copy out side your landscape

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ash

  • Feb 6th, 2006
 

Homogeneous sys copy: means its a system copy with all the database tables from one system to another system of same kind, like same os/db on both system.

Heterogenous System copy:means copy from one system to another system of a different kind, like different os/db in either of those.

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Ashwin

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Prasant kumar Paichha

  • Feb 19th, 2006
 

Homo:the Database or OS remains the same u have to copy offline.

Hetro:either of them may be changed may be datbase or OS

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Mustafa

  • Sep 28th, 2007
 

What is homogenious and hetrogenious system copy.
Well its quit simple when we do a system copy for a source system to a target system if both of them has the same OS - Operating System then its called as homogenious in case if its for on OS to another OS then its termed as hetrogenious.

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Dchhetri

  • Mar 9th, 2008
 

Heterogeneous R/3 Systems can be successfully operated on multiple combinations of hardware and operating systems. It takes proper technical settings and greater level of administrative effort.
Homogeneous R/3 Systems gives the highest level of integration of operating system functionality. It is easier for installation, administration, tuning, and upgrade. If we are concerned to integrate new operating system functionality as soon as possible into R/3 System, it is advisable to choose a homogeneous R/3 System on a single suitable operating system platform and use the standard installation procedure.
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Dchhetri

  • Mar 9th, 2008
 

Heterogeneous R/3 Systems can be successfully operated on multiple combinations of hardware and operating systems. It takes proper technical settings and greater level of administrative effort. Homogeneous R/3 Systems gives the highest level of integration of operating system functionality. It is easier for installation, administration, tuning, and upgrade. If we are concerned to integrate new operating system functionality as soon as possible into R/3 System, it is advisable to choose a homogeneous R/3 System on a single suitable operating system platform and use the standard installation procedure.

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