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What is Open Client?

Shalesh Singh Visen || 22 Aug 2009 2:56 am || 5

Dear Gurus,

What does 'Open Client' mean?

Regards


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  • 22 Aug 2009 2:57 am Helpful Answer
    open a client means you are opening your production client for any critical cross client related changes. This would be done in tcode SCC4, you needs to select option depends on your customers requirement.
  • 22 Aug 2009 2:58 am Helpful Answer
    It means opening production client for cross client changes for changes like in data dictionary obejcts etc. It is done through SCC4 and client should not be open for more time as if any change that is not required can affect the system.
  • 22 Aug 2009 3:02 am Helpful Answer
    Open Client

    is A Sybase EnterpriseConnect Product

    Open Client is a versatile programming interface allowing transparent access to any data source, information application or system service. A library of routines, programming services, and runtime services for application development, Open Client allows custom programs, tools from Sybase, and non-Sybase products to communicate with the Adaptive Server family , with applications developed using Open Server, and with any number of other data sources supported by the ODBC standards and other API’s. You spend time developing, not addressing interoperability issues.
  • Shalesh Singh Visen
    22 Aug 2009 3:04 am
    PRD Client is locked for no changes allowed. If u need to change (configuration) open the PRD Client.
    Pls use SCC4 to see the difference in PRD and DEV client.
  • 22 Aug 2009 3:04 am
    As Ripal says... client is open in a critical condition for custmizing or other reasons. using tcode SCC4.