Friday, 12 February 2016

SAP HANA: importing and exporting Landscapes in HANA STUDIO

In this document I would like to explain about, “export” and “import” of system “landscapes”.
In our project, we have different architectures for landscapes like” quality”, ”development”, ”production”. So this can be done by adding “multiple hana systems” which connects to different server instances.
1. This feature helps to monitor the systems from single hana studio interface. In this example you can see below, that I have 2 systems named DCC and DCD. Both are connecting to 2 different server instances. Now let us see how do we “export” and “import” our landscapes. In case if you want to use a new HANA studio installed and you want to get your existing landscapes into your newly installed “studio” you can use this feature.
As shown above, you can see 2 systems named DCC and DCD.

Now go to “quick launch” and select “export” and choose “landscapes” as shown below:

SAP HANA Studio, HANA

Now press “Next”.

SAP HANA: importing and exporting Landscapes in HANA STUDIO


This will lead you to the below screen, where we need to select our destination as shown below:

SAP HANA: importing and exporting Landscapes in HANA STUDIO

Now  system generates “landscape.xml” as shown below:

SAP HANA Studio, HANA

Now let us check on how to import the landscape, so for this am deleting the systems from my landscape as shown below:

SAP HANA Studio, HANA Tutorial, SAP

SAP HANA Importing, SAP HANA Material

Now you can see my “navigator” which is empty as shown below:

SAP HANA: importing and exporting Landscapes in HANA STUDIO

Now let us try importing the previous landscape using “import” feature. By selecting “landscape” as shown below:

SAP HANA Certifications

Now select the source where you have your “landscape.xml” file saved.

SAP HANA Certifications, SAP HANA Material

Now you can see the “import” is in progress as shown below:

SAP HANA Landscapes in HANA STUDIO

But my navigator is showing as below, because the user name and passwords cannot be imported. So we have to give our credentials to make the system “start” again.

SAP HANA: importing and exporting Landscapes in HANA STUDIO
Now am giving my credentials as shown below:

SAP HANA Material, SAP HANA Certifications

Now you can see that both the systems are running fine as shown below:

SAP HANA Landscapes

Source: scn.sap.com

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