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SMS Setting in SAP (SCOT Configuration for SMS)


HI All ,

Here i am sharing the procedure/configuration to send the message from SAP .

Go to T-code SCOT

You will see screen like this

Click on PAG and then create button on same screen

Provide detail as:

NODE: HTTP
Description: SMS Integration

Select HTTP Node

Provide URL provided by third party

Keep password this field blank as we have provided the same in URL itself

Provide maximum length of character allowed by service provider

Provide field address area as *

Provide the time in minutes or hours (depends )

Select Node is ready to Use

Now you can see HTTP service

HTTP Virtual host Configuration

Go to T-code SICF and select default host and then New Sub element

In Log-on tab provide user name and password for same client
Click on HANDLER List tab and provide the handler as shown below

Finally activate the service

HTTP Client proxy setting:

In same T-code SICF

In HTTP Log tab provide proxy detail

Maintain pager Service

Go to Client 000 and run t-code SA14

Provide detail as shown below

Pager Serv: BAL
Use :SMS Service

Go to SPRO in your customizing client

SAP Web Application Server  Basis Services Address Management Define pager services

Provide detail

Pager serv : SMS
Pager service : SMS
Use : SMS Service

Composing a SMS

Go to T-code SBWP

Click on New Message

To monitor the process go to T-code SCOT here you can see 1 in waiting as we have given time for 2 minutes it will send the message after 2 min only

Go to T-code SOST and here we can check the status of message

That’s all now you can check you mobile phone for Message 🙂

Regards,
Gagan Deep Kaushal

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May 3, 2009 - Posted by | SMS Integration in SAP, SMS Setting in SAP, Step by Step configuration for SMS integration in SAP

13 Comments »

  1. Dear Mr. Gagan,

    Very useful document for sms configuration.

    Thanks for sharing it, keep it up.

    Regards,

    Pradeep

    Comment by Pradeep | July 29, 2009 | Reply

  2. hi,

    i have followed these steps, but still facing error to send SMS from DEV server.

    1. Please let me know the profile parameters changes for DEV server AIX 5.3, oracle, ECC 6.0
    2. Mail server is 3rd party mail.rsons.com

    Regards,
    Tejinder

    Comment by Tejinder Singh | July 29, 2009 | Reply

    • Tejinder,

      Provide deatil regarding error ,where as i consider contac your service provider there is no more setting/paramter which you need to change.

      Gagan

      Comment by Gagan | July 29, 2009 | Reply

  3. Hello,

    great tutorial. Can you please contact me? I am a German SMS Gateway and a lot of clients ask for a SAP solution. Maybe you can write a cutomized tutorial for our company’s http gateway?

    Comment by Lox24 | June 18, 2010 | Reply

  4. Dear Mr. Gagan Deep Kaushal,

    Very useful document for sms configuration.

    Thanks for sharing it, keep it up.

    Regards,

    Narasimha.

    Comment by Narasimha Murthy | July 9, 2010 | Reply

  5. Hello Gagan,

    Amazing tutorial!

    Can you please share the procedure/configuration to send SMS by SMTP?

    Regards.

    Comment by José Trindade | July 9, 2010 | Reply

  6. It was an excellent document which helped me in configuring SMS in SAP

    Comment by kishore | November 30, 2010 | Reply

  7. Hello Gagan,

    I have followed your steps to configure sms in sap but getting following error “No delivery to SMS:09004317520 because pager/SMS serv
    returned an error”.

    Could you please help me in this.

    Thanks & Best Regards,
    Krishna

    Comment by Krishnakumar | December 13, 2010 | Reply

  8. Hi Gagan,

    Thanks for the simple SMS tutorial.

    I have implemented this in my DEV client and still not able to send SMS.

    I am getting the below error.

    ********************************************

    No delivery to SMS:XXXXXXXXXX due to problem with communication connection
    Message no. XS839

    Diagnosis

    The message could not be delivered to recipient SMS:XXXXXXXXXX due to a communication error.

    System Response

    Processing was completed as normal.

    Communication service with errors: HTTP or HTTPS
    Parameter or error code used:

    CL_HTTP_CLIENT->RECEIVE Error Code: 1

    Additional information on the node used (in the system language of the node, if available):
    400 ICM_HTTP_CONNECTION_FAILED

    Procedure

    Check the parameters listed for the service. In particular, note the communication parameters. With HTTP/HTTPS, the problem is probably due to an incorrect URL or incorrect HTTP proxy settings.

    The error may, however, be temporary. If a SAPconnect retry has been defined for this node, the error may be removed automatically.

    Procedure for System Administration

    *****************************************

    Can you please help me out with this?

    Thanks,
    Praveen

    Comment by Praveen | January 29, 2011 | Reply

  9. Hi, Can you please suggest a method to receive SMS from outside GSM based mobile handsets & using that we can trigger updates in SAP….for e.g. when a truck reaches a specific location driver messages / texts about the vehicle location and based on that we trigger few stock movement details in SAP or update event in SAP.

    If you are aware about 3rd party products which provides vehicle tracking using sms which also integrates with SAP ECC or SAP EM or SAP SCM SCEM etc…please do suggest.

    Comment by Lubhit | August 31, 2011 | Reply

  10. 10. Ashraf syed

    Very useful document for sms configuration.

    Thanks for sharing it, keep it up.

    Regards,
    Ashraf.

    Comment by Ashraf | December 28, 2011 | Reply


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