Can I use directory structures that differ from the SAP standard?
SAP only allows you to use the directory structure and naming conventions described in Note 27428. Using other directory structures and naming conventions can cause problems with the SAP tools you use, as well as problems during the analysis of errors. This is why SAP only permits the use of the directory structure and naming conventions described in Note 27428. However, you can (if absolutely necessary) define the sapdata directories, or the subdirectories that it contains, as symbolic links to other directories (for example, /oracle//sapdata1/stabd_1 -> /oradata/stabd_1).
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