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How To Change Title of SAP Transaction Code ?


Hi All,

Sometimes, you may need to change the Title of the SAP Transaction code to a more meaningful one.

The steps are as follows:

Goto tcode SE63 ,On the top left Menu of the screen – Click Translation —> Short texts – –> Transactions

For example, assuming you want to change the title of the t-code su10 from user maintenance: Mass changes Initial Screen to Mass User changes . On the first screen, fill in the following information:

Transaction code – SU10

Source Language – English

Target Language – English

To change the Title, click the Edit button. On the second line (the one in dark yellow), type in the Title (For e.g. Mass User changes) you want for the transaction code. Click the Save button

Now, call up the transaction code /nSU10 again and you should be able to view the new Title.

Regards,
Basis Team

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January 23, 2009 Posted by | How To Change Title of SAP Transaction Code, SAP BASIS TRICKS | Leave a comment

How to send a message to a specific user in sap?


Hi All,
Some-times we need to send a specific message to specific user in SAP which is not possible by using SM02..SO here is the trick to do it :

Use function module TH_POPUP
goto Transaction code SE37 enter the function module name & test run it
the the resulting screen is shown below, type the details and execute.
The user must be logged into the system to receive the message

Enjoy!!

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | How to send a message to a specific user in sap, SAP BASIS TRICKS | 2 Comments

How to Lock or Unlock a Client in SAP ?


Hi All,

Here i am writing the procedure to lock amd unlock a client in SAP,very rarely we need to use it..But stil u should know so follow these simple steps…

1) To lock or unlock a client in R/3 System, run the following function modules in

transaction se37

2. SCCR_LOCK_CLIENT ( to lock the client)
3. SCCR_UNLOCK_CLIENT (to unlock the client)

Run these functions with a client input which is to be locked/unlocked. This function set flag ” Client is locked temporarily for client copy” in client maintenance menu.The client will be available for users DDIC and SAP*. If any other user tries to login, system gives message that ‘ Client locked temporarily’.

To unlock the client

1. Run transaction SE37
2. Enter the function module as SCCR_UNLOCK_CLIENT
3. press F8 or test run (single run).
4. Specify the client and execute(F8).

Follow similar procedure for locking the client…

Enjoy ……..

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | How to Lock or Unlock a Client in SAP ?, SAP BASIS TRICKS | 1 Comment

How to Reset Buffers in Sap ?


Hi Friends,
Some-time its needed to reset some buffers in SAP For performance issues So here iam sharing the differnt buffer cleanup T-codes.
But Keep n mind Resetting of the buffers could change the performance of the entire system
/$DYNP – reset the screen buffer of the application server
/$SYNC – resets the buffers of the application server
/$CUA – resets the CUA buffer of the application server
/$TAB – resets the TABLE buffers of the application server
/$NAM – the nametab buffer of the application server

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | Reset Buffers in sap, SAP BASIS TRICKS | Leave a comment

How to find sap transaction codes


Hi All,

How to find SAP t-code incase you are not sure exactly about t-code

How to find sap transaction codes :

1) Goto transction search_sap_menu enter the context or the purpose of the t-code
like “User maintenance”

2) Second option in T-code SE93

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | How to find sap transaction codes, SAP BASIS TRICKS | 1 Comment

Difference Between SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW


Hi Friends,

Most of the times you might have question in your mind that why you give sap_all and sap_new everytime we create admin user (Altough some people used to give sap_all to every one ).So here i am sharing my knowledge about differnce between these 2 :

SAP_NEW:-
SAP_NEW is a SAP standard Profile which is usually assigned to system users temporarily during an upgrade to ensure that the activities and operations of SAP users is not hindered, during the Upgrade. It contains all the necessary objects and transactions for the users to continue their work during the upgrade. It should be withdrawn once all upgrade activities is completed, and replaced with the now modified Roles as it has extensive authorizations than required.

SAP_ALL:-
SAP_ALL is a SAP standard profile, which is used on need basis, to resolve particular issues which may arise during the usage of SAP. It is used by Administrators/Developers only and is applied on a need to use basis, then withdrawn. It contains all SAP system objects and Transactions. SAP_ALL is very critical and only SAP* contains SAP_ALL attached to it in the production system. No other dialog users have SAP_ALL attached to them.

SAP_NEW is used in the Production environment during a version upgrade whereas SAP_ALL shouldn’t be or not allowed be used in Production except where necessary, in a controlled manner with all proper approvals from the customer.

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | Difference Between SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW, SAP_ALL vs SAP_NEW | Leave a comment

Difference Between SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW


Hi Friends,

Most of the times you might have question in your mind that why you give sap_all and sap_new everytime we create admin user (Altough some people used to give sap_all to every one ).So here i am sharing my knowledge about differnce between these 2 :

SAP_NEW:-
SAP_NEW is a SAP standard Profile which is usually assigned to system users temporarily during an upgrade to ensure that the activities and operations of SAP users is not hindered, during the Upgrade. It contains all the necessary objects and transactions for the users to continue their work during the upgrade. It should be withdrawn once all upgrade activities is completed, and replaced with the now modified Roles as it has extensive authorizations than required.

SAP_ALL:-
SAP_ALL is a SAP standard profile, which is used on need basis, to resolve particular issues which may arise during the usage of SAP. It is used by Administrators/Developers only and is applied on a need to use basis, then withdrawn. It contains all SAP system objects and Transactions. SAP_ALL is very critical and only SAP* contains SAP_ALL attached to it in the production system. No other dialog users have SAP_ALL attached to them.

SAP_NEW is used in the Production environment during a version upgrade whereas SAP_ALL shouldn’t be or not allowed be used in Production except where necessary, in a controlled manner with all proper approvals from the customer.

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | Difference Between SAP_ALL and SAP_NEW, SAP_ALL vs SAP_NEW | Leave a comment

How to List All the T-codes For a Role in SAP ?


Hi All,

Here I am sharing the procedure more-over its a trick to get all the t-codes from a Role.

To find all tcode for role along with the tcode that are present in the tcd field.. goto se16 enter agr_1251 and click on data browser button
enter the role name in agr_name field and enter tcd in FIELD field
Then click on execute button or press F8 to execute and you will see the list of tcodes for that role

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | How to List All the T-codes For a Role in SAP ?, List All T-codes For a Role | Leave a comment

How to List All the T-codes For a Role in SAP ?


Hi All,

Here I am sharing the procedure more-over its a trick to get all the t-codes from a Role.

To find all tcode for role along with the tcode that are present in the tcd field.. goto se16 enter agr_1251 and click on data browser button
enter the role name in agr_name field and enter tcd in FIELD field
Then click on execute button or press F8 to execute and you will see the list of tcodes for that role

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | How to List All the T-codes For a Role in SAP ?, List All T-codes For a Role | Leave a comment

Installing two Oracle databases on a host


Hi Team,

Here i am sharing the experience of installing two oracle database on same host.

After installing new database my first database won’t come up.there are some problems with listener.ora and tnsnames.ora so you have to follow this approach…

dbsid1 existing Database
dbsid2 New Database

Changes in listener.ora
################
# Filename……: listener.ora for more than one database
# Created…….: created by SAP AG, R/3 Rel. >= 4.0A
# Name……….:
# Date……….:
################
LISTENER =
(ADDRESS_LIST =
(ADDRESS=
(PROTOCOL=IPC)
(KEY= dbsid1.WORLD)
)
(ADDRESS=
(PROTOCOL=IPC)
(KEY= dbsid1)
)
(ADDRESS=
(PROTOCOL=IPC)
(KEY= dbsid2.WORLD)
)
(ADDRESS=
(PROTOCOL=IPC)
(KEY= dbsid2)
)
(ADDRESS =
(COMMUNITY = SAP.WORLD)
(PROTOCOL = TCP)
(HOST = DBHOSTNAME)
(PORT = 1527)
)
)
STARTUP_WAIT_TIME_LISTENER = 0
CONNECT_TIMEOUT_LISTENER = 10
TRACE_LEVEL_LISTENER = OFF
SID_LIST_LISTENER =
(SID_LIST =
(SID_DESC =
(SDU = 32768)
(SID_NAME = dbsid1)
(ORACLE_HOME = ORACLE_HOME_dbsid1)
(PRESPAWN_MAX = 10)
)
(SID_DESC =
(SDU = 32768)
(SID_NAME = dbsid2)
(ORACLE_HOME = ORACLE_HOME_dbsid2)
(PRESPAWN_MAX = 10)
)
)

and tnsnames.ora should be like this:
################
# Filename……: tnsnames.ora
# Name……….: LOCAL_REGION.world
# Date……….:
################
dbsid1.world =
(DESCRIPTION =
(SDU = 4096)
(ADDRESS_LIST =
(ADDRESS =
(COMMUNITY = sap.world)
(PROTOCOL = TCP)
(HOST = DBHOSTNAME)
(PORT = 1527)
)
)
(CONNECT_DATA =
(SID = dbsid1)
(GLOBAL_NAME = dbsid1.world)
)
)
dbsid2.world =
(DESCRIPTION =
(SDU = 4096)
(ADDRESS_LIST =
(ADDRESS =
(COMMUNITY = sap.world)
(PROTOCOL = TCP)
(HOST = DBHOSTNAME)
(PORT = 1527)
)
)
(CONNECT_DATA =
(SID = dbsid2)
(GLOBAL_NAME = dbsid2.world)
)
)

I think it will help you.

For more clarity follow SAP Note 98252

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

January 23, 2009 Posted by | Oracle in SAP | Leave a comment