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How to find the size of the production system client in GB in  sap ?

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How to find the size of the production system client in GB in  sap ?
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Hi,

I believe the only simple way to find this is to run a client copy using the TEST mode. Basically you would execute transaction SCCL (for local client copy) select the client that you need to find the size of as the source client and then select a target client. After that make sure you select the TEST option and then run the client copy in TEST mode. At the end you should see the size of the client displayed for you.

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