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HOW Many clients in Production server ?

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in real time how many clients we can have in production server
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As per SAP recommendation we should restrict to minimum
number of clients on the Production system. A single
productive client is enough on Production Server.
(excluding clients 000, 001 & 066)
                              In general production systems
should be limited to the fewest number of clients possible,
and usually this is a single productive client. However, if
you are also running usage types PI and/or BI in the
system, they each require their own dedicated client -- see
Note 855534.

To see the clients defined for your PROD system, use TCode
SCC4.
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