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Create New Company: QUICK COPY vs SOLUTION PACKAGER

Create New Company Using QUICK COPY vs SOLUTION PACKAGER

As an experienced implementor of SAP Business One, we want to let you know about an easier way to create a new company on SAP Business One with less efforts and minimum time consumption.

MAIN FOCUS:
You want to create a new database for a new branch company.

A ‘traditional’ way is creating a new company from new configuration, manually one by one configuring the details and matching it with previous (main) database, but there’s 2 powerful tools from SAP Business One for help you.

What’s a Solution Packager?
Solution Packager is one of the implementation tools provided in the Implementation Center for creating new branch/store companies from existing company. To launch this tool, choose Administration > System Initialization > Implementation Center > Implementation Task.

Or using a quick launch from your desktop, with click Start > All Programs menu

What’s the differences?

Check out this table below, all of the basic differences:

Create New Company: QUICK COPY vs SOLUTION PACKAGER

Basic Differences between Quick Copy and Solution Packager

Quick Copy: more often use to select and copy data objects from one company database to another database (existing company database).

Solution Packager: more often use for designed a complete package solution including company details configuration on a database. A Partner can also directly restore a package (file .pak) as a new company after renaming it. You can choose, on that package will include the master data or just an empty tables.

All of the 2 features will automatically check the data dependencies between all of the config data (setup), and also the master data.

But, there’s still a LIMITATION (*).
The total size of the SAP Business One and external database combine CAN’T exceed 2 GIGABYTES.

You can also try to using another SAP Business One feature “Data Archiving” to reduce the size of the database before creating a new company DB from that existing company DB.

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