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NW 7.4 INSTALLATION MANSTER SCREENSHOT OF SUPPORT RELEASE 1

NW 7.4 INSTALLATION MANSTER SCREENSHOT OF SUPPORT RELEASE 1

SAP PO 7.4 INSTALLATION MASTER SAPINST SCREENSHOT

If you want to install SAP Process Orchestration NW 7.4  which is a combination of AEX+AAEX+BPM+BRM you should select this option on NW 7.4 SR1 Installation Master sapinst screen " Optional Standalone Units" --> Process Integration & orchestration package.

SAP PO 7.4 INSTALLATION MASTER SAPINST SCREENSHOT

SAP system exists and is not suitable for this installation option

DIAGNOSIS:Valid instance types for this installation option are WD,GW,SCS,ERS,J2EEDI,J2EECI,TREX,HDB, but instance DVEBMGS00 has a different type. SOLUTION: Choose a different SAP system ID or uninstall the existing system.

PROBLEM:
If you get an ERROR DURING "SAP NW PO 7.4 INSTALL AFTER A SUCCESSFUL UNINSTALL OF PI 7.11"

Check
Check /usr/sap  directory and if you see sapservices  file that's the problem maker

Fix
Move the sapservices to sapservices.old
Clean the sapinst logs
Run a new sapinst
Problem will be resolved and sapinst will proceed to next screen


Additional info:
What info does sapservices file have?
LIBPATH=/usr/sap/DEV/SCS01/exe:$LIBPATH; export LIBPATH; /usr/sap/DEV/SCS01/exe/sapstartsrv pf=/usr/sap/DEV/SYS/profile/START_SCS01_devhost1 -D -u DEVadm
LIBPATH=/usr/sap/DEV/DVEBMGS00/exe:$LIBPATH; export LIBPATH; /usr/sap/DEV/DVEBMGS00/exe/sapstartsrv pf=/usr/sap/DEV/SYS/profile/START_DVEBMGS00_devhost1 -D -u DEVadm



tags: po 7.4 install on existing hardware, sap, nw 7.4, install options, process orchestration, uninstall, DVEBMGS00 , install master, sapinst, error, 





CISCO VPN 442: FAILED TO ENABLE VIRTUAL ADAPTOR - SOLUTION

This problem occurs on Windows 8.1 desktop systems where you installed you VPN Client 5.0.07 and imported the right certificate for your user.

As soon as the credentials are provided, the VPN client shows the well-known “Securing communications channel” at the bottom of the windows application


CISCO VPN 442: FAILED TO ENABLE VIRTUAL ADAPTOR - SOLUTION

SOLUTION TO FIX THIS VPN PROBLEM:

1. Open your Windows Registry Editor by typing regedit in the Run prompt.

2. Browse to the Registry Key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\CVirtA

3. From the window on the right, select and right-click on DisplayName and choose Modify from the menu. Alternatively, double-click on DisplayName

4. For Windows 8 32bit (x86) operating systems, change the value data from @oem8.inf,%CVirtA_Desc%;Cisco Systems VPN Adapter to Cisco Systems VPN Adapter.


CISCO VPN 442: FAILED TO ENABLE VIRTUAL ADAPTOR - SOLUTION


DONE



tags: vpn, windows 8.1, cisco, client, login , error, problem, regedit, solution fix, 64 bit, comunication channel, 442 error, 





Can I change the permissions, the owner and the group of the SAP Host Agent files?

No!

Changing these values leads to problems when running SAP Host Agent. It may even not be possible to start SAP Host Agent at all.
Note:
This also applies for the host_profile of SAP Host Agent.

PI BRM Administrator Tasks

SAP PO BRM Admin Activities:

1. Install & Configure SAP PO 7.4
2. Deploy BRM related add-ons using SUM
3. Understand and Support interfaces between PI & BRM
4. Understand how to Create Business Rules in NWDS/NWDI

Click this Link for better understanding of BRP & SAP Process Orchestration







Major Steps Involved in IDoc Processing - For SAP Basis Admins

Major Steps Involved in IDoc Processing
  1.  Creation of Logical Systems
  2.  Assignment of logical System to processing Client
  3.  Creation of RFC Destinations
  4.  Checking the RFC Destinations
  5.  Creation of tRFC Port
  6.  Creation of Partner Profiles
  7.  Creation of Distribution Model
  8.  Sending Materials
  9.  Checking the Success/Errors


IDOC TCODES FOR BASIS & ABAP

T-CODE LIST FOR SAP IDOCs

WEDI – EDI Menu. IDOC and EDI base

WE02 – Display IDoc

WE05 – IDoc Lists

WE06 – Active IDoc monitoring

WE07 – IDoc statistics

WE08 – Status File Interface

WE09 – Search for IDocs by Content

WE10 – Search for IDoc in Archive

WE11 – Delete IDocs

WE12 – Test Modified Inbound File

WE14 – Test Outbound Processing

WE15 – Test Outbound Processing from MC

WE16 – Test Inbound File

WE17 – Test Status File

WE18 – Generate Status File

WE19 – Test tool

WE20 – Partner Profiles

WE21 – Port definition

WE23 – Verification of IDoc processing

WE24 – DefaultValuesForOutboundParameters

WE27 – DefaultValues for Inbound Parameters

WE30 – IDOC Type Development

WE31 – Development IDoc Segment

WE32 – Development IDoc View

WE34 – Object for Display of XML IDocs

WE40 – IDOC Administration

WE41 – Process codes, outbound

WE42 – Process codes, inbound

WE43 – Funct.module: Status record display

WE44 – Partner Types and Checks

WE45 – Forward (inbound) (V3, EDILOGADR)

WE46 – Error and Status Processing

WE47 – Status Maintenance

WE50 – System process codes: Texts

WE51 – System process codes: Change texts

WE54 – FMs for changing file names

WE55 – Function Module for Path Names

WE56 – IDOC Administration

WE57 – Assignment Messages for Appl. Objs

WE58 – Status process codes: Texts

WE59 – Change status process codes

WE60 – Documentation for IDoc types

WE61 – Documentation for IDoc record types

WE62 – Documentation for segments

WE63 – Documentation

WE64 – Documentation message types

WE70 – Conversion: Basic types

WE71 – Conversion: Extensions

WE72 – Conversion: IDoc types

WE73 – Conversion: Logical messages

WE81 – Logical message types

WE82 – Assign Messages for IDoc Type

WE84 – Assignment of IDoc and appl. fields

SM59 – RFC Creation

SALE – IMG ALE Configuration root

BD10 – Send Material

BD11 – Get Material

BD12 – Send Customer

BD13 – Get Customers

BD14 – Send Vendor

BD15 – Get Vendor

BD16 – Send Cost Center

BD17 – Request Cost Center

BD18 – Send G/L Accounts

BD19 – Get Master Data G/L Accounts

BD20 – Inbound Processing Of Idocs Ready For Transfer

BD21 – Creating Idoc Types For Change Pointers

BD22 – Delete Change Pointers

BD23 – Serialization Using Time Stamp: Deletion Of Old Time Stamp

BD24 – Send Cost Elements

BD25 – Send Activity Type

BD26 – Request  Activity Type

BD27 – Cost Center/Activity Types: Transmit Plan Quantities And Acty Prices

BD28 – Cost Center/ Cost Elements: Send Control Records

BD30 – Material Bom Distribution

BD31 – Document Structure Distribution

BD32 – Plant Allocation To Material Boms Distribution

BD33 – Distribution Of Material Variants

BD34 – Distribution Of Boms (BOMORD)

BD35 – ALE: Send Business Process Group

BD36 – ALE: Send Business Process

BD37 – ALE: Send Business Process Price

BD40 – Generate Idocs For Serialization Group From Change Pointers

BD41 – Dispatch Of Idocs  Of Serialization Group

BD42 – Check Dispatch Status Of Idocs Of Serialization Group

BD43 – Processing Inbound Idocs Of Serialization Group

BD44 – Change View u201CSerialization Groupu201D

BD47 – Dependence Between Methods

BD48 – Dependence Between Methods And Message Type

BD50 – Activate Change Pointers For Message Type

BD51 – Characteristics Of Inbound Function Module

BD52 – Determine Work Area

BD53 – Reduce Message Type

BD54 – Change View: Logical Systems

BD55 – Idoc Conversion

BD56 – Maintain Idoc Segment Filters

BD57 – Link Type And Serialization Type Of Message Type

BD58 – Convert Organizational Unit

BD59 – Allocation Of Object Type

BD60 – Additional Data For Message Type

BD61 – Activate Change Pointers Generally

BD62 – Display Conversion Rule

BD63 – Transport Of Ale Tables For A Message Type

BD64 – Display Distribution Model

BD65 – Maintain Idoc Type Required Fields

BD66 – Change Idoc Fields

BD67 – Function Module For ALE/EDI Overview

BD68 – Maintain List

BD69 – Assignment Of Idoc Type To Message Type

BD70 – Cross-System Comparison Of Number Range Objects

BD71 – Attributes For Receiver Determination

BD72 – Active Events For ALE/EDI

BD73 – Start Error Handling For Non-Posted Idocs

BD75 – Status Conversion With Trfc Execution.

BD77 – Generate Transport Requests For Distributing ALE Customizing Data

BD78 – Monitoring Ale Customizing Data Transport

BD79 – ALE IDOC Segments – Conversion Rule

BD81 – Filter Objects For BAPI Parameter Filtering

BD82 – Generating Partner Profile

BD83 – Re-Processing Incorrect Outbound Odocs

BD84 – Re-Processing Of Idocs After ALE Input Error

BD85 – Consistency Check: Reassignment Between Two System

BD86 – ALE Consistency Check: Create Purchase Order From Sales Order

BD87 – Select Idocs

BD89 – Customizing Data Modeling For Distribution Model

BD91 – Distribute All Characteristics Via ALE

BD92 – Distribute Class Via ALE: Send Direct

BD93 – Distribution Of Classification Data Via ALE

BD95 – Ale Object View

BD96 – Filter Object For Receiver Determination Of Methods

BD97 – Assign RFC Destination For Synchronous Method Calls

BD98 – Consistency Check With Workflow Link

BD99 – Dependencies Between Message Types

BD100- Serialization Using Object Types: Display Serialized Idocs

BD101- Serialization Using Object Types: Consistency Check

BD102- Ale: Outbound Channel Registry

BALE – ALE Distribution Administration

BDM2 – IDoc Trace

BDM7 – IDoc Audit Analysis

SAP GUI for Windows 7.40 - What's New ?

New Theme:
SAP Blue Crystal is a new visual design theme which succeeds Corbu. It is the standard theme of Fiori applications and has been adapted to the specific needs of SAP GUI. Furthermore, it is fully compatible with the previous themes and comes with a new color palette and icons which are better scalable. The background texture has a stroke pattern in white and light blue with a gradient layer. The picture below shows the new Blue Crystal theme in comparison to the Signature theme which is still the default for SAP GUI for Windows

SAP GUI --> NWBC Integration
As of SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) 5.0, which is delivered on the SAP GUI DVD, SAP GUI for Windows can be embedded into the NWBC, so that the user has one shell that unifies multiple frontends. One desktop/taskbar icon consolidates NWBC and SAP GUI sessions, tasks, frequently used links etc. in a tabbed view NWBC frame






TAGS: SAP NetWeaver Business Client Integration, NEW SAP GUI, DOWNLOAD, STEPS, INSTALL, PDF, DOCS, 

SAP NetWeaver Business Client (NWBC) 5.0 Released - Download Location

What's New?

No New Connections to Create:
Before, you had to create system connections for NWBC manually – even if you had already created these connections in the SAPLogon pad. Now, SAP GUI/SAPLogon for Windows , SAP GUI for Java and NWBC all share their system connection information. There are just two files: admin and user. So now, if you create a new system in NWBC, the system reconciles this automatically

Look & Feel: 
If you install NWBC 5.0 and open it up, it looks remarkably similar to 4.0

Common installer:
The first thing you may have noticed is that you only download one installation file for both SAP GUI 7.40 and NWBC 5.0 – SetupAll.exe.

Download and Installation NWBC+SAP GUI IN ONE SHOT

Download from Service Marketplace:
http://service.sap.com/installations
-> Support Packages and Patches -> A - Z Index -> "N" -> NETWEAVER BUSINESS CLIENT -> NWBC NW BUSINESS CLIENT 5.0 -> Installation

You will see two options:

nwbc sap pics

SAP strongly recommend that you choose the first option (in red), since this offers you the joint installer with both NWBC and SAP GUI (which is kind of the point ;-) ). (The other option is intended mainly for testing or patching purposes).


Source : SCN

SCA Dependency for SP03 for PI B2B AS2 ADAPTER 1.0

Following are the dependencies for PIB2BAS2 SP03 Patch level 5

Patch Name: PIB2BAS203_5-20009367.SCA

Dependencies:

Software Component Version
Support Package
Min. Patch Level
Download
B2B CONTENT 1.0
SP003
000002
B2B TOOLKIT 1.0
SP003
000010
OFTP ADAPTER 1.0
SP003
000003




How to export PKCS 12 certificate from SAP NWA 7.4 ?

1. Launch Netweaver Administrator with quick url /nwa

2. Go to Configuration---> Certificates& keys--> Key storage [tab]

3. Select a View and click Export View to File

4. Select Export Format  ex., PKCS#12 Key Pair

5. Generate

6. Download Link



tags: sap, certs, views, export, pkcs, password, generate, steps, public, private,




PIB2BCONTENT How to deploy on SAP PO 7.4

Answer:

You should deploy the content using the below SAP URL
http://<hostname>:5<nn>00/B2BIC

and not through SUM tool.



tags: po, sap, pi b2b , content, sp 03, patch 2, download, location,  how to , steps, 
















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