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Service Desk Configuration


HI All,

Here I am sharing Configuration of Service Desk On Solution Manager 7.0 First Step
Follow This Link Service Desk Configuration .

Some Tips That can Help you :
1)In case you fail at step where you need to fetch component using transaction DSWP go to note no. 926419.
2) In case you face internal error while executing DSWP follow this note:1059271.
3)While Configuring Service Desk If you face error like “report CRM_MKTBP_ZCACL_UPDATE_30” follow note :450640
4)Other than these notes can also Help 864195 Problems when you create support message in Solution Mngr,949292 Solution Manager: Service Desk Related SAP Notes.

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 26, 2008 Posted by | Service Desk Configuration | Leave a comment

Service Desk Configuration


HI All,

Here I am sharing Configuration of Service Desk On Solution Manager 7.0 First Step
Follow This Link Service Desk Configuration .

Some Tips That can Help you :
1)In case you fail at step where you need to fetch component using transaction DSWP go to note no. 926419.
2) In case you face internal error while executing DSWP follow this note:1059271.
3)While Configuring Service Desk If you face error like “report CRM_MKTBP_ZCACL_UPDATE_30” follow note :450640
4)Other than these notes can also Help 864195 Problems when you create support message in Solution Mngr,949292 Solution Manager: Service Desk Related SAP Notes.

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 26, 2008 Posted by | Service Desk Configuration | Leave a comment

Activate Add-On in ECC 6.0


1) Go to T-code SPRO.
2) Click On SAP Reference IMG button.
3) Check for Activate SAP ECC Extension
4) Select Business Function Set as SAP oil and Gas.
5) Change Status Of All the business function to ON.
6) Accept Prompt For License

SO Add-on Has been Activated…(Running in background)

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 25, 2008 Posted by | Activate Add-On in ECC 6.0 | 4 Comments

Activate Add-On in ECC 6.0


1) Go to T-code SPRO.
2) Click On SAP Reference IMG button.
3) Check for Activate SAP ECC Extension
4) Select Business Function Set as SAP oil and Gas.
5) Change Status Of All the business function to ON.
6) Accept Prompt For License

SO Add-on Has been Activated…(Running in background)

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 25, 2008 Posted by | Activate Add-On in ECC 6.0 | Leave a comment

Activate WEB GUI For SAP


HI Please follow Steps to Activate Web GUI for SAP:

1)verify if the ICM is working correctly. Transaction SMICM (ICM Monitor)
displays the central entry point to the ICM configuration and monitoring. After starting this
transaction, you will see the ICM status. Make sure it is running. Check the following ICM
parameters via Menu-> Goto -> Parameters ->Display:

icm/server_port_0 PROT=HTTP,PORT=8000
icm/host_name_full server.full.domain

2)With transaction SICF and locate the
services by path
/sap/public/bc/its/mimes
/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui
3)Activate the full path to these services
4)Browse to
http://server_name:icmport/sap/bc/gui/
sap/its/webgui/
and login to the
webgui.

If you still have any problem to run WEBGUI run this transaction SIAC_PUBLISH_ALL_INTERNAL
it will do ……..Enjoy

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 21, 2008 Posted by | Activate WebGui For SAP, SAP GUI FOR HTML | 6 Comments

Activate WEB GUI For SAP


HI Please follow Steps to Activate Web GUI for SAP:

1)verify if the ICM is working correctly. Transaction SMICM (ICM Monitor)
displays the central entry point to the ICM configuration and monitoring. After starting this
transaction, you will see the ICM status. Make sure it is running. Check the following ICM
parameters via Menu-> Goto -> Parameters ->Display:

icm/server_port_0 PROT=HTTP,PORT=8000
icm/host_name_full server.full.domain

2)With transaction SICF and locate the
services by path
/sap/public/bc/its/mimes
/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui
3)Activate the full path to these services
4)Browse to
http://server_name:icmport/sap/bc/gui/
sap/its/webgui/
and login to the
webgui.

If you still have any problem to run WEBGUI run this transaction SIAC_PUBLISH_ALL_INTERNAL
it will do ……..Enjoy

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

October 21, 2008 Posted by | Activate WebGui For SAP, SAP GUI FOR HTML | 6 Comments

Kernel Update Process


Download Latest SAP kernel From Service Market Place:

1. Copy the patch into a temporary directory on your system.
2. Unpack the patch using SAPCAR.
3. Stop the SAP System. (With NT you may also have to stop the SAP services using the Control Panel).
4. Save the kernel directory by backup or by copying into a separate backup directory.
UNIX: /usr/sap//sys/exe/run
NT: :\usr\sap\\sys\exe\run
If you use a 4.6D-based SAP system (64-bit, non-Unicode) or a SAP system 6.20 or higher (32-bit or 64-bit, Unicode or non-Unicode), there are also the following kernel directories:
NT: :\usr\sapsys\exe\nuc\ (Non-Unicode)
NT: :\usr\sapsys\exe\uc\ (Unicode)
5. This way, you will always have the option to return to the old kernel
version if problems occur with the new patch.
6. Copy or move the unpacked programs into the SAP kernel directory.

For Complete Info Follow SAP NOTE 19466

October 21, 2008 Posted by | Kernel Update Process | Leave a comment

Kernel Update Process


Download Latest SAP kernel From Service Market Place:

1. Copy the patch into a temporary directory on your system.
2. Unpack the patch using SAPCAR.
3. Stop the SAP System. (With NT you may also have to stop the SAP services using the Control Panel).
4. Save the kernel directory by backup or by copying into a separate backup directory.
UNIX: /usr/sap//sys/exe/run
NT: :\usr\sap\\sys\exe\run
If you use a 4.6D-based SAP system (64-bit, non-Unicode) or a SAP system 6.20 or higher (32-bit or 64-bit, Unicode or non-Unicode), there are also the following kernel directories:
NT: :\usr\sapsys\exe\nuc\ (Non-Unicode)
NT: :\usr\sapsys\exe\uc\ (Unicode)
5. This way, you will always have the option to return to the old kernel
version if problems occur with the new patch.
6. Copy or move the unpacked programs into the SAP kernel directory.

For Complete Info Follow SAP NOTE 19466

October 21, 2008 Posted by | Kernel Update Process | Leave a comment

Change Database Password For SAP


Changing Password for Database Users Using BRCONNECT

As of Release 6.10, you can use BRCONNECT to change the passwords for the database users SAP, SYS, or SYSTEM.

By using BRCONNECT, you will have the password for SAP encrypted before storing it in the database.
Procedure

You can either change the passwords with BRCONNECT interactively or by using the command line.
Interactively
1. Start BRCONNECT with the command:

brconnect [-u system/] –f chpass –u

2. Enter the new password twice for confirmation.

Note

When you change the password interactively, on some platforms you can enter the new password hidden, as long as it is no longer than eight characters.
Using the command line

Enter the following command:

brconnect [-u system/] –c –f chpass –u –p

Where:

is the password of the SYSTEM database user. You can use another user with DBA privileges.

is the database user for which the password should be changed (for example, SAP).

is the new password for the user.

Note

If you omit the -u option, then the logon occurs using SYSTEM with its default password.

October 20, 2008 Posted by | BRTOOL IN SAP | Leave a comment

Change Database Password For SAP


Changing Password for Database Users Using BRCONNECT

As of Release 6.10, you can use BRCONNECT to change the passwords for the database users SAP, SYS, or SYSTEM.

By using BRCONNECT, you will have the password for SAP encrypted before storing it in the database.
Procedure

You can either change the passwords with BRCONNECT interactively or by using the command line.
Interactively
1. Start BRCONNECT with the command:

brconnect [-u system/] –f chpass –u

2. Enter the new password twice for confirmation.

Note

When you change the password interactively, on some platforms you can enter the new password hidden, as long as it is no longer than eight characters.
Using the command line

Enter the following command:

brconnect [-u system/] –c –f chpass –u –p

Where:

is the password of the SYSTEM database user. You can use another user with DBA privileges.

is the database user for which the password should be changed (for example, SAP).

is the new password for the user.

Note

If you omit the -u option, then the logon occurs using SYSTEM with its default password.

October 20, 2008 Posted by | BRTOOL IN SAP | Leave a comment