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How to Change the Maximum Dialog Runtime of a Process
Learn to change the maximum runtime before executing a parallel change run, and then, change it back after it finishes.
 

How to Web Service Data Load into Business Intelligence (BI) Using Exchange Infrastructure (XI) in SAP NetWeaver2004s
Learn to send data from SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Exchange Infrastructure usage type) to SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Business Intelligence usage type) with full quality of service.
 

How to Implement a VirtualProvider with Services

Learn to implement a VirtualProvider with services in support of a transactional application. A query on the VirtualProvider displays the data in the Business Explorer in real time.
 


How to Implement a Transformation End Routine
Learn to use your DataSource to deliver sales figures for your sales organization as well as for each employee. Understand the processing steps required in the end routine of the transformation.
 

How to Create a Characteristic with Non-generic Text Data Access
This document deals with three simple use cases that cover most of the requirements for characteristics with non-generic text data access: values and texts of a characteristic as stored in a Digital Display Indicator Control (DDIC) domain of the Business Intelligence (BI) system; values and texts of a characteristic as stored in a simple DDIC table of the BI system; and values and texts of a characteristic as stored in a more complex DDIC table of the BI system.
 

How to Create Generic DataSources which Use the Delta Queue

This guide describes an approach that uses Business Transaction Events (BTEs) to capture updates in a Business Intelligence (BI) delta queue.
 


How to Routines within Transformations
Learn to use routines within the transformations of SAP NetWeaver 2004s Business Intelligence in order to do the following: delete a select number of records; populate a field; and derive an additional field.
 

How to Archive in Business Intelligence (BI)


Learn about Business Information Warehouse (BW) Archiving in version 3.0. The process has three parts: writing the data, deleting the data, and ensuring the consistency of the archived data.
 


How to Create Monitor Entries from a Transformation Routine

Learn to create your own load monitor entries from transformations; or, in releases prior to SAP NetWeaver 2004s, transfer and update rules.
 


How to Extract Archived Data from SAP ERP

Although no SAP ERP application extractor provides archived data, it is possible to extract some or all of the archived data via a generic DataSource based on the information structures of the Archiving Information System (SAP AS). Learn the step-by-step methods in this paper.
 


How to Implement Custom Process Types

If you design a process chain, yet none of the SAP-delivered process types provide the functionality you need, this guide shows you how to implement your own custom process types based on ABAP object-oriented classes.
 


How to Trigger an Alert from a Process Chain
Learn to incorporate an existing alert category in a process chain. The alert can be triggered based on the result of a predecessor process type, and can be implemented as a customer-defined process type.
 
Enabling Enterprise Services
 

How to Web Service Data Load into Business Intelligence (BI) Using Exchange Infrastructure (XI) in SAP NetWeaver2004s

Learn to send data from SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Exchange Infrastructure usage type) to SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Business Intelligence usage type) with full quality of service.

 

Enterprise Reporting, Query and Analysis
 

How to Create Efficient MultiProvider Queries

Learn a flexible way for adding or removing InfoProviders to the MultiProvider without the need for maintaining queries.
 


How to Integrate SAP NetWeaver 2004s Business Intelligence (BI) Application User Interface (UI) Elements and Visual Composer UI Elements by Service-Enabling UI Elements

The paper demonstrates how to integrate user interface (UI) elements between Visual Composer and Web Application Designer. This concept can be extended to any SAP toolset, such as Web Dynpro for ABAP, Business Server Pages, or Web Dynpro for Java.
 


How to Integrate Business Intelligence (BI) Document Store and SAP Analytics Applications ( 1.75MB)
This guide explains how to integrate documents from the Business Intelligence (BI) Document Store into an analytic application built using the SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer.
 
Business Planning and Analytical Services
 

How to Line Items in BW-BPS / Line Items in Business Intelligence (BI) Integrated Planning

Learn an easy way to use characteristic derivation to make a unique identification of the data record, allowing you to record who entered a data record and when.
 


How to Create a Planning Function in Business Intelligence (BI) Integrated Planning that Calls BPS Exits

This paper describes how the predefined and delivered class (CL_RSPLFC_BPS_EXITS) can be leveraged to reuse the business logic implemented as a planning function type exit in BW-BPS in Business Intelligence Integrated Planning.
 


How to use BPS and Business Intelligence (BI) Integrated Planning in Parallel - Data Slices and Characteristic Relations

When changing rules in one application, you must adjust the corresponding rules in other applications as well. This document describes how to make this adjustment automatically by executing an ABAP program.
 

 

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1.How to Archive in BW 


Learn about the process of the BW Archiving in 3.0. The process has three parts: writing the data, deleting the data, and ensuring the consistency of the archived data.


How to BPS Variables of Type Exit

Learn how BPS variables support different replacement types. The type exit is described in detail, with examples and stumbling stones to watch out for.


How to Calculate Balance Sheet Key Figures Using BEx Query Designer

Learn how you can define and calculate balance sheet key figures using the cell editor tool of the SAP BW BEx Query Designer.


How to Call a BPS Web Interface with Predefined Selections 


Learn how the setting of variables in a planning application can be automated by using URL parameters.


How to Change the Maximum Dialog Runtime of a Process


Learn how to change the maximum runtime before executing a parallel change run, and then change it back after it finishes.


How to Configure UD Connect on the J2EE Server to External Data Bases

Learn how to configure the JDBC connector on the J2EE server as well as your BI system, allowing you to use a remote cube to access the external data.


How to Create Efficient Multi Provider Queries

Learn a solution that provides efficiency gains by keeping the required queries on the MultiProvider to a minimum.


How to Create Generic Data Sources Which Use the Delta Queue

This guide describes an approach that uses Business Transaction Events (BTEs) to capture updates in a BI delta queue.


How to Create Monitor Entries from an Update Routine


Learn how you can create your own load monitor entries from transformations; or, in releases prior to SAP NetWeaver 2004s, transfer and update rules.


How to Disaggregate on Upload

Learn how you can use the Return Table feature in transformations to generate multiple target records based on a single source record.


How to Download a Hierarchy to a Flat File


Learn how to download a master data hierarchy to a flat file. The file format matches the hierarchy upload format for sorted and time-dependent hierarchies (IDOC).


How to Enable SAP BW Web Functionality after a New BW Installation

Learn how to perform the initial configuration of the SAP BW System to enable BW web functionality. This will enable you and your BW users to use a web browser for all BW functions.



How to Execute a Planning Sequence in Batch from Business Planning and Simulation - BPS

Learn a method for making a planning sequence and a planning function executable by the end user by simply pressing a button in the user interface.


How to Extract Archived R 3 Data via the Archiving Information System

Learn a workaround solution for extracting archived data via a generic Data Source based on the information structures of the Archiving Information System. The sole prerequisites to use this method are the availability of the Archiving Information System in the R/3 system and the functionality of the generic extraction in the R/3 system.


How to Handle Inventory Management Scenarios

This guide explains the most important settings and procedures when implementing inventory management scenarios. It focuses on the special features involved in implementing in the inventory management area with the use of non-cumulative key figures and the sub-areas that make up the special features of inventory management scenarios.


How to Hierarchies in Several Characteristics


Learn how hierarchies are used in BPS and how hierarchies with several characteristics can be simulated in BPS planning layouts. In BPS, a planning layout can only show a BW hierarchy in the key column if the key column contains only one characteristic.


How to Implement a Virtual InfoCube with Service


Learn how to implement a Virtual InfoCube with services in support of a transactional application using services that select the necessary data and transfers it to the Virtual InfoCube interface.


How to Implement Business Scenarios for Customer Loyalty Management


This paper explains how to implement Customer Loyalty Management based on Loyalty Points with a low level of complexity.


How to Implement Custom Process Types

If you design a process chain, yet none of the SAP delivered process types provide the functionality you need, this guide shows you how to implement your own custom process types based on ABAP Object Oriented classes.


How to Integrate an ABAP Program in a Process Chain


This guide explains the steps to incorporating an ABAP/4 program into a process chain.


How to Integrate BEx Web Applications into BPS Web Interfaces

Learn how to incorporate a BEx Web Application in a visible manner and how to locate it in certain areas of the Web Interface. Also explained in this guide is how BPS Variables can be linked to filter values in order to synchronize the plan and the reporting view automatically.


How to Integrate BEx Web Applications into SAP Solution Manager

Learn how to integrate BEx Web Applications into SAP Solution Manager. This document also shows how support messages with contextual information can be created from BEx Web Applications for use with the SAP Solution Manager.



How to Load Balancing For Data Load Processing and Warehouse


Learn load balancing approaches for typical SAP BW activities which process large amounts of data. This paper covers parallel processing both within one process and across processes.


How to Loop over Reference Data in Fox Formulas



The Fox formulas are a flexible tool to implement necessary planning functions, but they cannot reference data directly in order to create new data. This paper explains why and shows a workaround.


How to Line Items in BW-BPS


Learn an easy way to use characteristic derivation to make a unique identification of the data record, allowing you to record who entered a data record and when.


How to Minimize Downtime For Delta Initialization


Learn how to minimize the amount of time and the restrictions that the initial load causes on the production system. The solution described in this paper includes only the steps that are absolutely necessary to execute it in the productive system and to execute the main workload in a copy.


How to Reconcile Data Between SAP Source Systems and SAP NetWeaver BI

This guide describes the possible data reconciliation scenarios and the relevant implementation steps that you can apply in your system to check whether data is consistent in the SAP source system and SAP BI. In addition, these scenarios also support you in determining the causes of data inconsistency.


How to Run Planning Sequences on Save and Other Events


Learn how to enhance a Web Interface to automatically trigger a global planning sequence at two times: when the save button is pressed, and before a layout is executed.


How to SAP BW 3.5 Upgrade Prep and Post- Upgrade Checklist


This guide details a collection of recommended tasks to execute when you upgrade to SAP BW 3.5, including SAP BI 3.5x Content releases.


How to SAP BW Unicode with an MDMP Source System


Learn how more and more BI systems are migrated to Unicode. Usually connections to other Unicode or single-code page systems are fairly straightforward. However, any legacy MDMP source system is a challenge, as characters must be converted based on the code page they were entered in.


How to Select Multiple Values in a Dropdown Box


This paper describes how to set filter values in BI 3.x. Filter values address the major limitations of dropdown boxes by allowing the selection of multiple values and searches by keys or text.


How to System Copy in SAP BI System Landscapes


This guide augments existing SAP technical documentation on the general topics relating to SAP system copies and migrations. The principles in this paper apply whether the system copy is achieved through backup, restoration, migration, copying database data files, or any similar technique.


How to Trigger an ALERT from a Process Chain

Learn how you can incorporate an existing alert category in a process chain. The alert can be triggered based on the result of a predecessor process type and is implemented as a customer-defined process type.


How to Use Reporting Variables in BW-BPS

Standard BW-BPS functionality does not support reporting variables or global variables. This document describes a solution that addresses both issues.


How to Use SAP GUI Planning Folders with the ST System


This guide shows you one possible way to use SAP GUI Planning folders in the Status and Tracking environment.


How to Validate InfoCube Data by Comparing it with PSA Data


This guide gives you an introduction to how you can work with the PSA Export DataSource. You can use this DataSource like any other DataSource: for example, you can use it to read data from the PSA with a RemoteCube.


How to Validate Key Figure Values in Manual Planning


Learn how you can add validation rules for key figure values keyed in manually. The provided solution is useful for improving the quality of captured data. As the validation is done within the layout component itself it has almost no impact on performance.


How to Work With Hierarchy Authorizations


Learn how to protect data using hierarchy authorizations. The purpose of the hierarchy is to protect data from leaking, but also to enhance usability by suppressing irrelevant information.


How to Display All Comments for a Planning Package


The solution proposed in this guide allows you display all comments associated with a planning package. The comments can either be shown as a list of titles or with the full content of the comments. Optionally, the assigned characteristic values can be displayed.


How to Web Printing with Microsoft Excel

Learn how the issues of web printing through Microsoft Excel compare to the issues of printing from web browsers and the advantages of using Microsoft Excel.

Integration Scenarios /Cross component


How to Push Data from BI to XI

This paper extends the Open Hub scenario significantly, by providing a technique which subsequently delivers the extracted dataset to the SAP NetWeaver PI system (aka XI) in XML format, using a custom process type that calls an ABAP proxy for data transport.


How to Push Data into BW from XI

Learn to send data from XI to BW with full Quality of Service (Exactly Once In Order). The solution is based on BW 3.5 and XI 3.0 which are both part of SAP NetWeaver '04.


How to Integrate the BW Reporting Agent With the Alert Framework

Learn how to use the Alert Framework, as shipped with SAP Web Application Server. With just a few steps, alerts generated by SAP BW exceptions can be routed to the central alert framework of the SAP WAS. You can choose your own medium for information delivery, like e-mail, phone, or alert inbox.


How to Expose a BW Query As Web Service in a UDDI Registry


Learn how to expose information from a SAP Net Weaver BI query to the outside world without the consumers of this information having any knowledge about SAP Net Weaver BI.















 

 

 

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How to Transport Applications Modeled in Visual Composer from SAP NetWeaver 2004s to SAP NetWeaver 2004
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How to Configure Message Level Security in SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) 7.0
This guide describes the implementation of Message Level Security (MLS) between the SAP Partner Connectivity Kit (PCK) and the Integration Server as part of SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) 3.0.
 

How to Monitor Industry-Speak Scenarios
Learn about B2B adapters provided by SAP NetWeaver 2004s Exchange Infrastructure that follow industry-specific standards: RosettaNet Implementation Framework (RNIF) adapters for the high-tech industry, based on RosettaNet protocol RNIF 1.1 and RNIF 2.0; and the Chemical Industry Data Exchange (CIDX) adapter for the chemical industry, based on RNIF 1.1.
 

How to Monitor and Analyze Errors in the SAP J2EE Adapter Engine
This guide provides recommendations for the order in which you should analyze errors; pointers to the individual tools and assessments for cases in which they are particularly appropriate; and common error situations and tips on how to handle them.
 

How to Prioritize Exchange Infrastructure (XI) Messages on the Integration Server


With the help of the Queue Prioritization you can pick important messages and push them to queue XBT1, which is reserved for these selected messages. Learn exactly how in this guide.
 


How to Create Modules for the J2EE Adapter Engine


This guide steps through the development of a simple adapter module in SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.
 

Enabling Application-to-Application Processes
 

How to Monitor and Analyze Errors in the SAP J2EE Adapter Engine


This guide provides recommendations for the order in which you should analyze errors; pointers to the individual tools and assessments for cases in which they are particularly appropriate; and common error situations and tips on how to handle them.
 


How to Prioritize Exchange Infrastructure (XI) Messages on the Integration Server


With the help of the Queue Prioritization you can pick important messages and push them to queue XBT1, which is reserved for these selected messages. Learn exactly how in this guide.

 
How to Sample IDoc-XI (Exchange Infrastructure) Scenarios


Learn how to apply adapter-specific identifiers, alternative identifiers, and header mapping in order to configure various Intermediate Document (IDoc) and Exchange Infrastructure (XI) scenarios.
 


How to Correlate JMS Messages


This guide demonstrates how to map asynchronous Java Message Service (JMS) messages to synchronous communication.
 


How to Handle Acknowledgments for IDoc


This guide deals with the processing of acknowledgment messages for Intermediate Document (IDoc) scenarios via SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI).
 


How to Use the Content Conversion Module with the J2EE JMS Adapter
Learn to convert XML files to flat structures, and vice versa, using the conversion module of the SAP Exchange Infrastructure (XI) Adapter Framework. The guide also includes several sample configuration files.
 

How to Use the Mail Adapter of the J2EE Adapter Engine


Learn tips and tricks for using the mail adapter, such as how to send Exchange Infrastructure (XI) messages to a mail receiver, or how to create XI messages from incoming mails.
 


How to Work with Java Proxies

Learn about using Java proxies to connect applications with an Exchange Infrastructure (XI) Integration Server.
 

How to Use the J2EE SOAP Adapter


Learn to use the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) adapter for sending messages to a Web service, or providing a Web service for receiving messages.
 


How to Web Service Data Load into Business Intelligence (BI) Using Exchange Infrastructure (XI) in SAP NetWeaver 2004s


Learn to send data from SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Exchange Infrastructure usage type) to SAP NetWeaver 2004s (Business Intelligence usage type) with full quality of service.
 

Business Process Management
 

How to Monitor and Analyze Errors in the SAP J2EE Adapter Engine


This guide provides recommendations for the order in which you should analyze errors; pointers to the individual tools and assessments for cases in which they are particularly appropriate; and common error situations and tips on how to handle them.
 

 

SAP NetWeaver How-To Guides

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How to Monitor Integration Processes - ccBPM

This guide explains the detailed procedure of using the transactions for monitoring the Business Process Engine to display detailed information about the status of a specific process or its individual steps. The guide also shows you how to use process monitoring in SAP Exchange Infrastructure 3.0 (XI) and how you can access it.
 

How to Convert Between IDoc XML and Flat Files in XI.30
 

Learn how to create a flat file out of an IDoc-XML by means of an ABAP mapping program and the J2EE File Adapter. You will also learn how to create an XI message in IDoc-XML format starting from a flat file representation of an IDoc.
 

How to Configure Message Level Security in SAP XI 3.0
 

Learn the ins and outs of Message Level Security (MLS) between the SAP Partner Connectivity Kit (PCK) and the Integration Server (IS), part of SAP XI 3.0.
 

How to Monitor Exchange Infrastructure 3.0

Learn how to configure monitoring for all SAP XI components. This document also describes best practices for many configuration topics involving the alert framework.
 

How to Scale Up SAP Exchange Infrastructure 3.0

Learn what the most likely scaled system architecture looks like, and read about a step by step procedure to install additional dialog instances. The guide also walks you through additional configuration steps and the application of Support Package Stacks.
 

How to Configure the IDoc Adapter
 

Learn how to configure your system to create an IDoc adapter in Exchange Infrastructure 3.0 to send an IDoc from SAP XI to the SAP backend system.
 

How to Sample IDoc Scenarios Within XI 3.0
 

Learn how to apply adapter-specific identifiers, alternative identifiers, and header mapping in order to configure various IDoc-XI scenarios.
 

How to Correlate JMS
Learn to map asynchronous Java Message Service (JMS) messages to synchronous communication. In general, two scenarios are considered: sync/ async and async/sync.
 

How to Monitor Industry-Speak Scenarios
 

This how-to guide deals with the monitoring concepts that are available for the industry standard adapters within SAP XI 3.0. The different monitoring concepts are described in relation to the RNIF 1.1 protocol. However, the concepts are also applicable to RNIF 2.0 and CIDX.
 

How to Develop a Webservice Using NWDS and SAP XI.30
 

Learn a step by step solution to develop a simple Web Service Application using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio & SAP XI 3.0. This solution details all of the procedures involved in the process.
 

How to Migrate SAP BC Scenarios to SAP XI
 

Learn the needed steps to migrate from SAP Business Connector to SAP NetWeaver Exchange Infrastructure.
 

How to Set Up a Web Service-Related Scenario with SAP XI
 

Take a step-by-step tour of how a web service-related scenario is implemented in SAP XI 3.0, from the creation of entries in the System Landscape Directory through the configuration of receiver and interface determination in the Integration Directory.
 

How to Use BAPI Wrappers in Asynchronous Scenarios with ccBPM
 

Learn how an external application can communicate with R/3 via SAP XI 3.0 and cross-component BPM.
 

How to Create Modules for the J2EE Adapter Engine
 

This manual guides you through the development of a simple adapter module with the help of the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.
 

How to Use the Content Conversion Module in JMS Adapter 
 

Learn how to convert XML files to flat structures and vice versa using the conversion module of the XI Adapter Framework. The guide also includes several sample configuration files.
 

How to Use the Mail Adapter

Learn some tips and tricks for using the mail adapter, such as how to send XI messages to a mail receiver or how to create XI messages from incoming mails.
 

How to Work with XI 3.0 Java Proxies 
 

Learn about using Java proxies to connect applications with an XI Integration Server.
 

How to Use the XI 3.0 SOAP Adapter
 

Learn tips and tricks for using the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), like how to use a SOAP adapter to connect XI to a web service client or a web service server.
 

How to Perform DBLook-ups from XI Utilizing J2EE JDBC

This document explains how to access an external database with the purpose of performing data look-ups from within an XI mapping.
 

How to Monitor and Analyze Errors in the Adapter Engine
 

This guide will assist you during error analysis of the SAP J2EE-based adapter framework. Learn the order in which you should analyze errors and the tools and assessments available.
 

How to Handle SLD and XI
 

Learn how SAP XI uses the System Landscape Directory (SLD) for different use cases. This document also describes two scenarios where you may have a separate SLD.
 

How to Handle Caches in SAP XI 3.0
 

This guide provides an overview of information caches in SAP XI 3.0, including some troubleshooting tips for common problems.
 

How to Prioritize XI Messages on the Integration Server 
 

Learn how the queue prioritization feature enables you to pick important messages and push them to their own queue, as well as push messages with low priority into a queue of their own.
 

How to Transport XI Content Using CMS
 

Learn how to install and manage the Change Management Service (CMS), part of SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure (NWDI). CMS enables you to configure your transport landscape and manage the transport of objects between different systems.
 

How to Make Consistent Changes to Software Component Versions
 

Learn where, how, and in which order Software Component Versions (SWCVs) must be changed or replaced to ensure consistency. This guide describes the main use cases and provides a step-by-step solution for each one.
 

How to Install and Configure External Drivers for JDBC & JMS
 

Learn how to install additional drivers on the SAP Web AS J2EE Engine. These drivers are required to communicate with a database or a messaging system that uses the SAP XI 3.0 Adapter Framework.
 

How to Use CMS in XI 3.0
 

Learn how to plan and introduce CMS in an SAP XI 3.0 environment. This guide also points out particular issues you have to consider when setting up and using CMS.
 

How to Enable Single-Sign-On for XI 3.0
 

Learn how to configure Single Sign-On. This guide applies to all SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI) configuration and administration scenarios using the Integration Builder and the Runtime Workbench as well as the Partner Connectivity Kit (PCK).
 

How to Debug XI Applications

Learn the required steps to debug applications connected to XI via a proxy framework to analyze problems within the receiving application.
 

How to Handle Acknowledgments for IDoc
 

Learn how to set up the processing of acknowledgments for IDoc messages that are sent via SAP XI 3.0.
 

How to Use ABAP Mapping in XI 3.0

Learn how to enable ABAP mappings in SAP XI 3.0. It is possible to develop ABAP mappings in addition to the existing mapping types: message mapping, XSLT mapping and Java mapping.
 

How to Receive and Convert PDF Documents with SAP XI 
 

Learn how to create XI Interfaces and use the SAP Conversion Agent by Item field to automatically create sales orders in an ERP system to follow a request.
 
Integration Scenarios /Cross component
 
 

How to Push Data from BI to XI
 

This paper extends the Open Hub scenario significantly, by providing a technique which subsequently delivers the extracted dataset to the SAP NetWeaver PI system (aka XI) in XML format, using a custom process type that calls an ABAP proxy for data transport.
 

How to Push Data into BW from XI

Learn to send data from XI to BW with full Quality of Service (Exactly Once In Order). The solution is based on BW 3.5 and XI 3.0 which are both part of SAP NetWeaver '04.
 

How to Integrate Unified Worklist to XI BPM via Workflow
 

Learn how to trigger a BWF within ccBPM of XI, and to display the corresponding work item in the Universal Work List of EP and KMC.
 

 

 

 

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SAP NetWeaver 2004

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Knowledge Management

 

How to Configure Commands in Knowledge Management (KM) Navigation iViews

The Knowledge Management (KM) User Interface offers a variety of configuration options. This paper focuses on some basic examples of how to add or remove commands in the menus.

How to Configure an Anonymous Access to Knowledge Management (KM) 

Learn to publish content without requiring explicit authentication from users. This guide describes how to provide information to anonymous users.

How to Configure the Last Ten Documents Scenario

Learn a step-by-step procedure for the necessary configuration of Last10Documents scenarios. Understand some considerations for possible enhancements, such as further configuration settings of the user interface.

How to Configure the Search User Interface(UI)

This guide describes how to configure the Search User Interface to cover the requirements of a specific search scenario.

How to Distribute Knowledge Management (KM) Content Using the ICE Protocol   

Learn to find information about the main steps in the configuration of the ICE-based functionality. This guide covers two typical elements of an ICE scenario: the syndicator (the portal providing the documents), and the subscriber (the portal receiving the documents). Additionally, the paper covers the online scenario (a transfer between two up-and-running portals) and the offline scenario.

How to Extend User Details

This guide describes how to create additional attributes for user information easily and quickly.

How to Translate Content Management (CM) Properties 

Learn the necessary steps to create language-dependant descriptions by using language bundles for metadata. This guide also includes a step-by-step example.

How to Tune the Performance of Knowledge Management 

This guide provides recommendations that allow you to improve the performance of Knowledge Management (KM) in SAP NetWeaver 2004. Find information about performance-optimized KM configuration, minimal configuration, implementation tips, and a question-and-answer section.

How to Configure Predefined Properties with Dependent Values 

SAP NetWeaver Knowledge Management provides the option of using properties with interdependent values. This guide demonstrates how to integrate a new tab listing the "Country" and "City" properties in the "Details" dialog box for a document.

How to Create XML Forms 

This guide describes how to create forms using the XML Forms Builder. Learn to set up basic functionality from scratch, as well as add more extensive features to forms.

How to Configure the Who is Who iView

Learn to create an iView in which users can search for other portal users and their profiles within the user persistence. This guide also describes how to configure a TREX-based user search.

How to Implement a Single Folder - Multiple Authors Scenario

This guide describes how to set Access Control List (ACL) entries on documents automatically, permitting only the author-owners editing rights. Learn to reduce the administration effort in a scenario in which multiple authors use multiple folders to store documents, but need a single view into all documents.

 

TREX

 

How to Configure TREX 6.1 for Efficient Indexing 

This guide makes recommendations for configuring search and classification (using TREX 6.1) for efficient indexing. It covers the following topics: fast initial indexing of large data sets; fast updating of indexes; and fast index replication in distributed TREX systems.

How to Configure an Alternative Document Access URL for TREX

This paper describes how to generate different URLs according to their usage in order to meet the needs of diverse landscapes.

How to Enable Semantic Search and Search for Synonyms in TREX

This paper covers a step-by-step solution to semantic search, allowing searches not only by terms, but also by synonyms. Learn how to use TREX to enable this capability.

 

Collaboration

 

How to Analyze Microsoft Exchange Integration with SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0

This guide will help you troubleshoot the installation, administration, and configuration of Microsoft Exchange Connectivity with SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0.

How to Transport Room Templates and Room Part Templates

This guide explains how to transport collaboration room templates and room part templates, which are based on the standard transport mechanisms provided by SAP Enterprise Portal.

How to Achieve LtpaToken-based SSO to Domino

This guide describes the configurations and steps required for Ltpatoken-based Single Sign On (SSO) on Lotus Domino. The SAP Ticket Verifier, which is needed for SSO from Enterprise portal (EP) to the Domino server, is available only for the Windows platform.

 

 

 

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How to Build a Simple Web Service Within MDM 5.5

Learn to create a Web service for Master Data Management (MDM) using SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio. This document focuses on the use of Enterprise Java Beans for the generation and testing of server-side Web services.

How to Generate XSD Schemas from Existing MDM 5.5 Repositories This guide presents a solution for extracting an XML Schema Definition (XSD) interface description from an existing Master Data Management (MDM) repository. This description uses a batch file that reads a repository structure and generates the corresponding XSD, which can be used later for defining the XML-based interfaces. All resources and source codes are included.

How to Import Flat Files in SAP NetWeaver MDM Import Manager

This guide provides a step-by-step description of how to set up a source system for the data import to SAP NetWeaver Master Data Management (MDM).

How to Identify Duplicate Master Data Records using MDM Import Manager 

Learn to use the Master Data Management (MDM) Import Manager Batch to apply multiple matching rules to identify possible duplicated master data records in a repository.

How to Replicate MDM Key Mapping in XI Value Mapping Tables 

Learn to export the key mapping information from Master Data Management (MDM) into Exchange Infrastructure (XI) value mapping tables in order to enable direct communication of business documents with value transformation between different systems.

How to Troubleshoot MDM Import Manager

This guide discusses common issues encountered during the use of Import Manager, and provides recommendations for solving typical problems. The Import Manager tool provides an efficient user interface to map, match, and load any kind of data source.

How to Cluster MDM Server using MSCS

Learn to use Microsoft Cluster Services (MSCS) to group multiple Windows-based Master Data Management (MDM) servers into a cluster.

How to Import Qualified Fields within MDM

Learn to import qualified fields within Master Data Management (MDM) 5.5. This guide describes the following two procedures: the process of populating qualified records and the use of Master Data Management Extension (MDME) Import Manager to open several XML files at the same time.

How to Handle Business Requirements to SAP MDM-PCM Design 

This guide outlines the critical steps to follow during an enterprise-wide SAP Master Data Management (MDM) to Portal Content Model (PCM) implementation. It describes four primary scenarios that are part of a complete MDM-PCM rollout.

How to Set the Log file of the MDME 5.5 Client

This guide describes how to set the log file of the Master Data Management Extension (MDME) client to record warnings in order to make it easier to track problems that occur in client operation. This setting is only recommended for cases in which the client is generating errors.

How to Split Lookup Values during the Import Process within SAP MDM 

Learn step-by-step solutions for the process of parsing source data and importing it into the repository.

 

SAP NetWeaver How-To Guides

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SAP NetWeaver How-To Guides

 

Component

How to Transport Visual Composer iViews in SAP NetWeaver 2004

Learn to transport Visual Composer iViews through your SAP Enterprise Portal landscape. This guide also discusses how to ensure you've collected all objects for the Visual Composer iView.

How to Automate Content Creation via XML (XML Content and Actions)
Learn to write and import an XML file in order to automate the creation of portal semantic objects, such as iViews, pages, and systems, and to perform actions such as assigning roles or deleting content.

How to Migrate from Workplace 2.11 to SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 Based on Web AS 6.40

Learn to migrate Workplace 2.11 to SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 based on Web Application Server (AS) 6.40. Understand two main scenarios: Workplace migration with the Workplace Server as the data source for the User Management Engine (UME) and Workplace migration with the LDAP directory as the data source for UME.

How to Maximize the Accessibility of the High Contrast Theme

Learn to maximize the accessibility of the High Contrast Theme by changing special theme parameters of the user interface elements. Use High Contrast Theme to offer maximum contrast between the text and its background.

How to Upload and Adapt ERP Roles to SAP Enterprise Portal

When using mySAP ERP in conjunction with SAP NetWeaver, you can make the single and composite roles of your ERP system and its content accessible through SAP Enterprise Portal. Understand the possibilities for role upload, and learn to adapt the uploaded roles from the ABAP-based backend system in the portal environment.

How to Migrate from SAP Enterprise Portal 5.0 SP6 to SAP NetWeaver 2004

Learn key steps for migrating from Enterprise Portal 5.0 SP6 to SAP NetWeaver '04.This guide describes detailed procedures required to migrate content for both the portal and Knowledge Management (KM) components.

How to Migrate from SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 SP2 to SAP NetWeaver 2004

Learn to migrate from Enterprise Portal 6.0 SP2 to SAP NetWeaver '04. This guide describes detailed procedures required to migrate content for both the portal and Knowledge Management and Collaboration (KMC) components.

How to Use the Portal Content Directory (PCD) Inspector tool


Using the Portal Content Directory (PCD) Inspector tool, portal administrators can modify and analyze PCD objects, visualizing the associated object properties and object dependencies structure.

How to Configure Permissions for Initial Content in SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0
This guide provides recommendations for configuring initial permissions to enable the pre-configured portal roles to access initial content objects relevant to each role. The two main topics are security zones and portal content.

How to Set Up and Configure a Global Portal Environment with Syndicated Content

SAP offers an enterprise portal-based solution for sharing, integrating, and displaying multi-lingual information located in applications and persistence layers all over the world. This guide helps you to understand the concepts behind the current global portal solution of syndicated content, and learn the requirements and procedures necessary to implement it.

How to Build Dynamically Propagated Tree

Learn to develop a portal component that displays a dynamically propagated tree with the possibility of adding nodes, assigning icons to the nodes (i.e. directory and file names, database tables and columns, and XML hierarchy), and assigning client-side events.

How to Configure the J2EE Engine Deployment Descriptor

Learn to implement the reverse proxy filter and portal gateway in SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 on Web Application Server 6.40. This guide also provides information about the XML elements in the deployment descriptor file, web.xml, including the specific XML elements that implement the reverse proxy filter and portal gateway mechanisms in the portal environment.

How to Use Query Functions with the Distributed Query Engine (DQE)

This guide provides the technical information necessary to retrieve data from back-end applications using the Distributed Query Engine (DQE). It gives instruction on query constructs and grammar.

How to Modify the Portal Framework Page in SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0

This document provides guidelines for portal administrators and developers who may need to edit or modify the various aspects of the framework page and its iViews. It also defines which customization methods are acceptable and supported by SAP.

How to Enable Links in the Tool Area


Learn about configuration of the tool area iView and modification of its associated properties.

How to Configure the Universal Worklist
Learn to configure and customize the Universal Worklist (UWL) for business workflow scenarios. This guide discusses customization of existing list views, item launch configuration, custom attributes, list views with custom attributes, decision views, and tailored UWL views.

How to Optimize Network Traffic in SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0

Learn to enhance performance of SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 by fine-tuning the design-time configuration of the portal, the Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) engine, and other related components. Such configuration can reduce network traffic, round-trip time, and the total number of round trips.

How to Transport SAP Enterprise Portal 6.0 Content 
Learn to design a process that efficiently transports SAP Enterprise Portal (EP) 6.0 content across system boundaries. This guide explains the use of the import and export functionality of EP 6.0 on Web Application Server 6.40.

How to Fine Tune Performance of Portal Platform

This guide explains how to fine-tune SAP Enterprise Portal (EP) 6.0 on Web Application Server 6.40 to optimize performance. Find information on various performance-tuning processes for operating systems, SAP Web Application Server (Java), databases, browsers, as well as suggestions for monitoring the network environment for EP.


Integration Scenario

How to Integrate Unified Worklist to XI BPM via Workflow

Learn how to trigger a BWF within ccBPM of XI, and to display the corresponding work item in the Universal Work List of EP and KMC.

 

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How to Setup SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure (NWDI) Permissions & Roles
Learn to expand the initial security configuration of the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure (NWDI), which is done by the template installer during the set-up phase, and adapt it to your business needs. This guide introduces additional logical roles for NWDI-based software development, describes the tasks covered by each role, and explains the needed permissions.
 

 

 

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Running an Enterprise Portal
 

How to Set up Federated Portal Network Scenarios with Reverse Proxies


This guide provides information about three different network scenarios involving reverse proxies. Included are descriptions and instructions that will aid IT personnel in analyzing the set-up and configuration requirements of their systems.
 


How to Automate Content Creation via XML (XML Content and Actions)


Learn about the process that enables the creation of mass content without the use of standard portal wizards and editors. Advanced users can perform batch operations and make pinpoint modifications within a large content base.
 

Enabling User Collaboration
 

How to Create a Room Template
Learn to configure a room template through a step-by-step description. Room template structure and best practices are also covered.
 
Enterprise Knowledge Management

 

 

 

 

How to Extract Dublin Core Metadata From Office Documents for Indexing and Searching
This paper describes how to extract Dublin Core (DC) metadata (attributes) using TREX functions.
 

How to Configure Anonymous Access to Knowledge Management (KM)
This guide describes the creation of a role for anonymous access containing a Knowledge Management (KM) example.
 

How to Distribute KM Content Using ICE
Learn about the main steps in the configuration of the ICE (Information Content Exchange) protocol. This guide covers two typical elements of an ICE scenario: the syndicator (the portal providing the documents) and the subscriber (the portal receiving the documents).
 

How to Extend User Details
This paper offers a step-by-step solution to adding a custom user attribute.
 

How to Translate Content Management (CM) Properties by Using Resource Bundles
This guide describes the steps necessary to create language-dependant descriptions by using language bundles for metadata. These language bundles are then assigned to your properties. Also included is a step-by-step example.
 

How to Tune the Performance of Knowledge Management (KM)


This guide provides recommendations for improving the performance of Knowledge Management (KM) in SAP NetWeaver 2004. Find information on performance-optimized KM configuration, implementation tips, and a question-and-answer section.
 


How to Configure the Who is Who iView
Learn to create an iView in which users can search for other portal users and their profiles within the user persistence. This guide also describes how to configure a TREX-based user search.
 

How to Configure Predefined Properties with Dependent Values
SAP NetWeaver Knowledge Management provides the option of using properties with interdependent values. This guide demonstrates how to integrate a new tab listing the "Country" and "City" properties in the "Details" dialog box for a document.
 

 

SAP NetWeaver How-To Guides

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How to Get Started with the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure

This guide describes how to start working with the SAP NetWeaver development infrastructure. It discusses the flow of defining a new product with software component(s), the configuration of tracks for development, and descriptions of how to work in the component model with the SAP NetWeaver Developer Studio.

How to Configure SAP Web Dispatcher for SSL 

This guide demonstrates how the SAP Web Dispatcher can be configured if Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is involved. All demos and examples make use of the SAP Web Application Server 6.40 Java, but most are also valid for SAP Web Application Server 6.40 ABAP.

 

 

SAP NetWeaver How-To Guides

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XI TUTORIALS

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3.How to Create Software Componet in SLD

 

 

 

4.How to import SWCV in to Integration Repository

5.Creation of Data types in IR

6.Creation of Message Types in IR

7.Creation of Message Interface in IR

8.Creation of Message Mapping in IR

9.Creation of Interface Mapping in IR

10.Creation of Communucation Chanel Templates

11.Creation of Actions

12.Creation of Integration Senario

 

 

1.Mail Adaptor

2.SOAP Adapter

3.Component-Specific Information

4.XI 3.0 File Adapter: File Naming Collisions in Cluster

5.Using a J2EE Cluster in the XI 3.0 environment

6.XI 3.0 / PI 7.0 File Adapter

7.XI 3.0 File Adapter: FTP Timeout Handling

8.XI / PI JDBC Adapter: Known Problems / Incompatibilities

9.Known Problems and Incompatibilities

10.JDBC Adapter: Type 2 JDBC Driver Deployment

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SAP XI  FAQ'S

JDBC Adapter: Type 2 JDBC Driver Deployment

 

Symptom

You are using the SAP XI 3.0 / PI 7.0 J2EE JDBC Adapter and would like to use a Type 2 Native JDBC Driver to connect to your database.

If you just install the native DLLs / shared objects of your Type 2 JDBC driver into a directory in your operating system's search path, you might receive the following error:

           java.sql.SQLException: java.lang. UnsatisfiedLinkError: Native Library <Path>\<NativeLibrary>.dll already loaded in another classloader

Other terms

XI30, Adapter Framework, jmsproviderlib, type2, native lib

Reason and Prerequisites

A special deployment mechanism is required to install a Type 2 JDBC driver for the use with the SAP XI 3.0 / PI 7.0 J2EE JDBC Adapter.

Solution

For general information about how to deploy JDBC drivers to be used to connect to a database using the SAP XI 3.0 / PI 7.0 J2EE JDBC Adapter, please refer to the XI configuration guide, chapter "External Drivers for the JDBC and JMS Adapters". Additionally, a document "How To Install and Configure External Drivers for JDBC & JMS" is available at http://service.sap.com/nw-howtoguides -> "Exchange Infrastructure".

When deploying a Type 2 JDBC driver, the following procedure needs to be applied in addition to the steps outlined in the above documents. Any sample file referenced in the instructions below is included in a ZIP file named Note_850116_Examples.zip, which has been attached to this note.

1. Determine, which native DLLs/shared objects are required by your Type 2 JDBC driver. If in doubt, please contact the vendor of your JDBC driver.

2. Create a file named SearchRules.xml built after the attached example file.

3. For each native library, you will need to add a <native-part> section to the <native-parts> section of the SearchRules.xml XML structure, i.e. there will be multiple <native-part> elements below the <native-parts> element if you need to reference multiple native libraries.

4. Each <native-part> section contains additional <path> elements for every platform you want to supply a native library for. Any path element has three attributes: "platform", "jvm-bitlength" and "supported".

a) The "platform" attribute identifies the operating system platform for which you want to supply a native library. For a list of available platform identifiers, please refer to the attached sample SearchRules.xml.

b) The optional attribute "jvm-bitlength" describes the bitlength of the JVM, for which the library can be used. It has to be specified only, if there are different versions for 32 and 64 bit.

c) The "supported" attribute indicates whether you have supplied a native library for a certain platform. If have done so, please set this attribute's value to "true", otherwise to "false".

d) Provide the native library's file name as the value of the <path> XML element.

e) An example path element for a native library named "NativeLibrary.dll" for a 32 bit JVM running on a Microsoft Windows operating system would look like this: <path platform="ntintel" jvm-bitlength="32" supported="true">NativeLibrary.dll</path>

5. Add the SearchRules.xml file you created to the META-INF directory of the aii_af_jmsproviderlib.sda you already created according to the documentation in section 3.1 of the "How To Install and Configure External Drivers for JDBC & JMS" guide.

6. Add all native library files referenced in your SearchRules.xml file to a directory named "OS_libs" within your aii_af_jmsproviderlib.sda SDA.

The resulting directory and file structure within the SDA should look similar to the one documented in the attached screenshot "SDA Structure.png"

7. Deploy the resulting aii_af_jmsproviderlib.sda using SDM as documented in section 3.2 of the "How To Install and Configure External Drivers for JDBC & JMS" guide.

8. After the deployment is complete, please manually stop and start your J2EE server using the SAP Management Console (under Microsoft Windows) or the stopsap / startsap commands (under Unix). This step is mandatory, the restart triggered by the SDM when deploying the aii_af_jmsproviderlib.sda is not sufficient to deploy the files listed in OS_libs.

 

XI 3.0 JDBC Adapter: Rollback not performed on DB error

 

Symptom

You are using the SAP XI 3.0 JDBC Receiver Adapter to connect to a JDBC-compliant relational database. Autocommit is disabled for your receiver channel. Nevertheless, if you send an XML document containing multiple query/DML statements to the adapter and at least one of these statements fails (e.g., due to a constraint violation), the changes made by the other statements contained in your message are not rolled back correctly.

Other terms

Adapter Framework, JDBC, SQL, Rollback, XI

Reason and Prerequisites

The problem appears only with certain JDBC driver implementations. Connections to Microsoft SQL Server 2000 are not affected.

Solution

The problem is corrected with patch 1 for Support Package 11 of the XI ADAPTERFRAMEWORK CORE 3.0 software component.

Import the relevant SAPXIAFC11P_1.SCA archive for SAP Exchange Infrastructure XI 3.0 as described in the NetWeaver 04 Support Package StackGuide.

For Netweaver '04, the archive and the guide are located on the SAP Service Marketplace under the alias "/nw04" -> "Support Package Stacks Information".

 

XI 3.0 JDBC Receiver: # of Retries on SQL Error w/o Effect

 

Symptom

You have configured a SAP XI 3.0 J2EE JDBC Adapter receiver channel with the Advanced Mode parameter "Number of Retries of Database Transaction on SQL Error" set to a value greater than zero.

Nevertheless, the database transaction is not repeated immediately after an error has occurred, but the message enters the normal retry cycle instead.

Other terms

XI30, Adapter Framework, no Of Retries

Reason and Prerequisites

Program error.

Solution

The problem is corrected with patch 6 for Support Package 11 and patch 1 for Support Package 12 of the XI ADAPTERFRAMEWORK CORE 3.0 software component.

Import the relevant SAPXIAFC11P_6.SCA / SAPXIAFC12P_1.SCA archive for SAP Exchange Infrastructure XI 3.0 as described in the NetWeaver 04 Support Package Stack Guide.

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Known Problems and Incompatibilities

1. IBM Lotus Domino Driver for JDBC 1.5

           The IBM Lotus Domino Driver for JDBC is a JDBC 1.0 driver. Consequently, it is not compatible with the SAP XI JDBC Adapter, which is designed to interact with JDBC drivers that implement version 2.0 or higher of the JDBC specification.
The driver is also known to cause various problems during runtime, such as that the SAP WebAS J2EE Engine regularly freezes and any attempt to diagnose the problem by creating a Java thread dump is silently ignored by the Java Virtual Machine.

2. Oracle JDBC OCI & Thin Driver 8.1.x

3. Oracle JDBC OCI & Thin Driver 9.0.x

           The driver does not support JDK 1. 4, which is used by the SAP WebAS J2EE runtime. If connecting to Oracle 8i 8.1.7 or higher, use the JDK 1.4 version of the Oracle Database 10g 10.2.x driver instead. Connections to older Oracle database releases are not supported. For details, refer to Oracle MetaLink note # 203849.1.

4. Oracle JDBC OCI & Thin Driver 9.2.x

5. Oracle Database 10g 10.1.x JDBC Driver

           The JDK 1.1.x, 1.2 and 1.3 versions (classes111. zip, classes12.zip, classes12.jar) of the driver are not compatible with the SAP XI JDBC Adapter. Use the JDK 1.4 driver (ojdbc14.jar) instead. For details, refer to Oracle MetaLink note # 203849.1.

            Invoking Oracle stored procedures from within a JDBC sender channel is not supported as Oracle does not return a ResultSet in response to the query.

6. Oracle Database 10g 10.2.x JDBC Driver

           The JDK 1.1.x, 1.2 and 1.3 versions (classes111. zip, classes12.zip, classes12.jar) of the driver are not compatible with the SAP XI JDBC Adapter. Use the JDK 1.4 driver (ojdbc14.jar) instead. For details, refer to Oracle MetaLink note # 203849.1.

            Invoking Oracle stored procedures from within a JDBC sender channel is only possible for Oracle DBMS versions >= 10.2.x using so-called table functions:

           Example:

           ---------- pkg1 ----------
CREATE PACKAGE pkg1 AS
  TYPE numset_t IS TABLE OF NUMBER;
  FUNCTION f1(x NUMBER) RETURN numset_t PIPELINED;
END pkg1;
/

CREATE PACKAGE BODY pkg1 AS
-- FUNCTION f1 returns a collection of elements (1,2,3,... x)
FUNCTION f1(x NUMBER) RETURN numset_t PIPELINED IS
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15.st03 -> workload.
16.scc4 -> visualizza mandanti del sistema
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19.rz10 - edit system profile
20.sm59 ->mantain rfc destinations
21.bd64 -> mantain distribution model (trasformazioni)
22.SU01 -> users
23.AL08 -> list all logged users(user login logon)
24.SE10 -> Change Request
25.SE09 -> Change Request
26.WE05 -> All idocs
27.WE19 -> IDoc Test Tool
28.WE21 -> port definition
29.SE11 -> Data dictionary
30.SM21 -> log sistema xi
31.se37 -> mantain funcion modules
32.SICF -> http server configuration
33.SMGW -> trace, alzare livello di trace.
34.BD13 ->
35.BD64 -> modelli di distribuzione
36.pfcg -> Roles
37.tabella TSTC -> sap transactions codes
38.tabella TSTCT -> transaction descriptions
39.STMS -> transports management
40.SPAM -> apply ABAP support packages
41.SPAU -> manage objects after apply support packages
42.SE01 -> manage change requests
43.SLDCHECK -> Test SLD Connection
44.SLDAPICUST-> SLD API Customizing
45.SXMB_ADM -> Integration Engine - Administration
46.SXMB_MONI_BPE -> Process Engine - Monitoring
47.SE38 -> ABAP Editor
48.SE11 -> ABAP Dictionary
49.ST22 -> ABAP dump analysis
50.SPROXY-> ABAP Proxy Generation
51.SE80 -> Object Navigator
52.ABAPDOCU -> ABAP Documentation and Examples
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55.SMQ1-> qRFC Monitor (Outbound Queue)
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66.WE05-> IDoc Lists
67.WE02-> Display IDoc
68.WE19-> Test tool
69.WE09-> Search for IDocs by Content
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73.SE93-> Maintain Transaction Codes
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SAP ABAP FI-TCODES

F-01 * *Enter Sample Document
F-02 * *Enter G/L Account Posting
F-03 * *Clear G/L Account
F-04 * *Post with Clearing
F-05 * *Post Foreign Currency Valuation
F-06 * *Post Incoming Payments
F-07 * *Post Outgoing Payments
F-18 * *Payment with Printout
F-19 * *Reverse Statistical Posting
F-20 * *Reverse Bill Liability
F-21 * *Enter Transfer Posting
F-22 * *Enter Customer Invoice
F-23 * *Return Bill of Exchange Pmt Request
F-25 * *Reverse Check/Bill of Exch.
F-26 * *Incoming Payments Fast Entry
F-27 * *Enter Customer Credit Memo
F-28 * *Post Incoming Payments
F-29 * *Post Customer Down Payment
F-30 * *Post with Clearing
F-31 * *Post Outgoing Payments
F-32 * *Clear Customer
F-33 * *Post Bill of Exchange Usage
F-34 * *Post Collection
F-35 * *Post Forfaiting
F-36 * *Bill of Exchange Payment
F-37 * *Customer Down Payment Request
F-38 * *Enter Statistical Posting
F-39 * *Clear Customer Down Payment
F-40 * *Bill of Exchange Payment
F-41 * *Enter Vendor Credit Memo
F-42 * *Enter Transfer Posting
F-43 * *Enter Vendor Invoice
F-44 * *Clear Vendor
F-46 * *Reverse Refinancing Acceptance
F-47 * *Down Payment Request
F-48 * *Post Vendor Down Payment
F-49 * *Customer Noted Item
F-51 * *Post with Clearing
F-52 * *Post Incoming Payments
F-53 * *Post Outgoing Payments
F-54 * *Clear Vendor Down Payment
F-55 * *Enter Statistical Posting
F-56 * *Reverse Statistical Posting
F-57 * *Vendor Noted Item
F-58 * *Payment with Printout
F-59 * *Payment Request
F-60 * *Maintain Table: Posting Periods
F-62 * *Maintain Table: Exchange Rates
F-63 * *Park Vendor Invoice
F-64 * *Park Customer Invoice
F-65 * *Preliminary Posting
F-66 * *Park Vendor Credit Memo
F-67 * *Park Customer Credit Memo
F-90 * *Acquisition from purchase w. vendor
F-91 * *Asset acquis. to clearing account
F-92 * *Asset Retire. frm Sale w/ Customer
F.01 * *ABAP/4 Report: Balance Sheet
F.02 * *Compact Journal
F.03 * *Reconciliation
F.04 * *G/L: Create Foreign Trade Report
F.05 * *Foreign Currency Val.: Open Items
F.06 * *Foreign Currency Valuation:G/L Assts
F.07 * *G/L: Balance Carried Forward
F.08 * *G/L: Account Balances
F.09 * *G/L: Account List
F.0A * *G/L: FTR Report on Disk
F.0B * *G/L: Create Z2 to Z4
F.10 * *G/L: Chart of Accounts
F.11 * *G/L: General Ledger from Doc.File
F.12 * *Advance Tax Return
F.13 * *ABAP/4 Report: Automatic Clearing
F.14 * *ABAP/4 Report: Recurring Entries
F.15 * *ABAP/4 Report: List Recurr.Entries
F.16 * *ABAP/4 Report: G/L Bal.Carried Fwd
F.17 * *ABAP/4 Report: Cust.Bal.Confirmation
F.18 * *ABAP/4 Report: Vend.Bal.Confirmation
F.19 * *G/L: Goods/Invoice Received Clearing
F.1A * *Customer/Vendor Statistics
F.1B * *Head Office and Branch Index
F.20 * *A/R: Account List
F.21 * *A/R: Open Items
F.22 * *A/R: Open Item Sorted List
F.23 * *A/R: Account Balances
F.24 * *A/R: Interest for Days Overdue
F.25 * *Bill of Exchange List
F.26 * *A/R: Balance Interest Calculation
F.27 * *A/R: Periodic Account Statements
F.28 * *Customers: Reset Credit Limit
F.29 * *A/R: Set Up Info System 1
F.2A * *Calc.cust.int.on arr.: Post (w/o OI)
F.2B * *Calc.cust.int.on arr.: Post(with OI)
F.2C * *Calc.cust.int.on arr.: w/o postings
F.2D * *Customrs: FI-SD mast.data comparison
F.2E * *Reconciliation Btwn Affiliated Comps
F.2F * *Management Acct Group Reconciliation
F.2G * *Create Account Group Reconcil. G/L
F.30 * *A/R: Evaluate Info System
F.31 * *Credit Management - Overview
F.32 * *Credit Management - Missing Data
F.33 * *Credit Management - Brief Overview
F.34 * *Credit Management - Mass Change
F.35 * *Credit Master Sheet
F.36 * *Adv.Ret.on Sls/Pur.Form Printout(DE)
F.37 * *Adv.rept.tx sls/purch.form print (BE
F.38 * *Transfer Posting of Deferred Tax
F.39 * *C FI Maint. table T042Z (BillExcTyp)
F.40 * *A/P: Account List
F.41 * *A/P: Open Items
F.42 * *A/P: Account Balances
F.44 * *A/P: Balance Interest Calculation
F.45 * *A/P: Set Up Info System 1
F.46 * *A/P: Evaluate Info System
F.47 * *Vendors: calc.of interest on arrears
F.48 * *Vendors: FI-MM mast.data comparison
F.4A * *Calc.vend.int.on arr.: Post (w/o OI)
F.4B * *Calc.vend.int.on arr.: Post(with OI)
F.4C * *Calc.vend.int.on arr.: w/o postings
F.50 * *G/L: Profitability Segment Adjustmnt
F.51 * *G/L: Open Items
F.52 * *G/L: Acct Bal.Interest Calculation
F.53 * *G/L: Account Assignment Manual
F.54 * *G/L: Structured Account Balances
F.56 * *Delete Recurring Document
F.57 * *G/L: Delete Sample Documents
F.58 * *OI Bal.Audit Trail: fr.Document File
F.59 * *Accum.Clas.Aud.Trail: Create Extract
F.5A * *Accum.Clas.Aud.Trail: Eval.Extract
F.5B * *Accum.OI Aud.Trail: Create Extract
F.5C * *Accum.OI Audit Trail: Display Extr.
F.5D * *G/L: Update Bal. Sheet Adjustment
F.5E * *G/L: Post Balance Sheet Adjustment
F.5F * *G/L: Balance Sheet Adjustment Log
F.5G * *G/L: Subseq.Adjustment(BA/PC) Sp.ErA
F.5I * *G/L: Adv.Rep.f.Tx on Sls/Purch.w.Jur
F.61 * *Correspondence: Print Requests
F.62 * *Correspondence: Print Int.Documents
F.63 * *Correspondence: Delete Requests
F.64 * *Correspondence: Maintain Requests
F.65 * *Correspondence: Print Letters (Cust)
F.66 * *Correspondence: Print Letters (Vend)
F.70 * *Bill/Exchange Pmnt Request Dunning
F.71 * *DME with Disk: B/Excha. Presentation
F.75 * *Extended Bill/Exchange Information
F.77 * *C FI Maintain Table T045D
F.78 * *C FI Maintain Table T045B
F.79 * *C FI Maintain Table T045G
F.80 * *Mass Reversal of Documents
F.81 * *Reverse Posting for Accr./Defer.Docs
F.90 * *C FI Maintain Table T045F
F.91 * *C FI Maintain Table T045L
F.92 * *C FI Maintain T012K (Bill/Exch.)
F.93 * *Maintain Bill Liability and Rem.Risk
F.97 * *General Ledger: Report Selection
F.98 * *Vendors: Report Selection
F.99 * *Customers: Report Selection
F/LA * *Create Pricing Report
F/LB * *Change pricing reports
F/LC * *Display pricing reports
F/LD * *Execute pricing reports
F00 * * SAPoffice: Short Message
F000 * *Accounting
F010 * *ABAP/4 Reporting: Fiscal Year Change
F01N * *Debit position RA single reversal
F01O * *Vacancy RU single reversal
F01P * *Accruals/deferrals single reversal
F01Q * *Debit position MC single reversal
F01R * *MC settlement single reversal
F01S * *Reverse Periodic Posting
F01T * *Reverse Acc./Def. General Contract
F040 * *Reorganization
F041 * *Bank Master Data Archiving
F042 * *G/L Accounts Archiving
F043 * *Customer Archiving
F044 * *Vendor Archiving
F045 * *Document Archiving
F046 * *Transaction Figures Archiving
F101 * *ABAP/4 Reporting: Balance Sheet Adj.
F103 * *ABAP/4 Reporting: Transfer Receivbls
F104 * *ABAP/4 Reporting: Receivbls Provisn
F107 * *FI Valuation Run
F110 * *Parameters for Automatic Payment
F111 * *Parameters for Payment of PRequest
F13E * *ABAP/4 Report: Automatic Clearing
F150 * *Dunning Run
F48A * *Document Archiving
F53A * *Archiving of G/L Accounts
F53V * *Management of G/L Account Archives
F56A * *Customer Archiving
F58A * *Archiving of Vendors
F61A * *Bank archiving
F64A * *Transaction Figure Archiving
F66A * *Archiving of Bank Data Storage
F8+0 * *Display FI Main Role Definition
F8+1 * *Maintain FI Main Role Definition
F8+2 * *Display FI Amount Groups
F8+3 * *Maintain FI Amount Groups
F8B4 * *C FI Maintain Table TBKDC
F8B6N * C FI Maintain Table TBKPV
F8BC * *C FI Maintain Table TBKFK
F8BF * *C FI Maintain Table T042Y
F8BG * *Maintain Global Data for F111
F8BH * *Inconsistencies T042I and T042Y
F8BJ * *Maintain Clearing Accts (Rec.Bank)
F8BK * *Maintain ALE-Compatible Pmnt Methods
F8BM * *Maintain numb.range: Payment request
F8BN * *Corr.Acctg Documents Payment Block
F8BO * *Payment request archiving
F8BR * *Levels for Payment Requests
F8BS * *Detail display of payment requests
F8BT * *Display Payment Requests
F8BU * *Create payment runs automatically
F8BV * *Reversal of Bank-to-Bank Transfers
F8BW * *Reset Cleared Items: Payt Requests
F8BZ * *F111 Customizing
F8XX * *Payment Request No. Ranges KI3-F8BM
FA39 * *Call up report with report variant
FAKA * *Config.: Show Display Format
FAKP * *Config.: Maintain Display Format
FAR1 * *S FI-ARI Maint. table T061A
FARA * *S FI-ARI Maint. table T061P/Q
FARB * *C FI-ARI Maint. table T061R
FARI * *AR Interface: Third-party applicatns
FARY * *Table T061S
FARZ * *Table T061V
FAX1 * *BC sample SAP DE 2.1
FAX2 * *BC sample 2 SAP DE 2.1
FB00 * *Accounting Editing Options
FB01 * *Post Document
FB02 * *Change Document
FB03 * *Display Document
FB03Z * Display Document/Payment Usage
FB04 * *Document Changes
FB05 * *Post with Clearing
FB05_OLD Post with clearing
FB07 * *Control Totals
FB08 * *Reverse Document
FB09 * *Change Line Items
FB10 * *Invoice/Credit Fast Entry
FB11 * *Post Held Document
FB12 * *Request from Correspondence
FB13 * *Release for Payments
FB1D * *Clear Customer
FB1K * *Clear Vendor
FB1S * *Clear G/L Account
FB21 * *Enter Statistical Posting
FB22 * *Reverse Statistical Posting
FB31 * *Enter Noted Item
FB41 * *Post Tax Payable
FB50 * *G/L Acct Pstg: Single Screen Trans.
FB60 * *Enter Incoming Invoices
FB65 * *Enter Incoming Credit Memos
FB70 * *Enter Outgoing Invoices
FB75 * *Enter Outgoing Credit Memos
FB99 * *Check if Documents can be Archived
FBA1 * *Customer Down Payment Request
FBA2 * *Post Customer Down Payment
FBA3 * *Clear Customer Down Payment
FBA6 * *Vendor Down Payment Request
FBA7 * *Post Vendor Down Payment
FBA7_OLD Post Vendor Down Payment
FBA8 * * Clear Vendor Down Payment
FBA8_OLD Clear Vendor Down Payment
FBB1 * *Post Foreign Currency Valn
FBBA * *Display Acct Determination Config.
FBBP * *Maintain Acct Determination Config.
FBCJ * *Cash Journal
FBCJC0 *C FI Maintain Tables TCJ_C_JOURNALS
FBCJC1 *Cash Journal Document Number Range
FBCJC2 *C FI Maint. Tables TCJ_TRANSACTIONS
FBCJC3 *C FI Maintain Tables TCJ_PRINT
FBCOPY *Copy Function Module
FBD1 * *Enter Recurring Entry
FBD2 * *Change Recurring Entry
FBD3 * *Display Recurring Entry
FBD4 * *Display Recurring Entry Changes
FBD5 * *Realize Recurring Entry
FBD9 * *Enter Recurring Entry
FBDF * *Menu Banque de France
FBE1 * *Create Payment Advice
FBE2 * *Change Payment Advice
FBE3 * *Display Payment Advice
FBE6 * *Delete Payment Advice
FBE7 * *Add to Payment Advice Account
FBF1 * *C80 Reporting Minus Sp.G/L Ind.
FBF2 * *Financial Transactions
FBF3 * *Control Report
FBF4 * *Download Documents
FBF5 * *Reports Minus Vendor Accounts
FBF6 * *Document Changes
FBF7 * *C80 Reports Minus Sp.G/L Ind.
FBF8 * *C84 Reports
FBFT * *Customizing BDF
FBIPU * Maintain bank chains for partner
FBKA * *Display Accounting Configuration
FBKF * *FBKP/Carry Out Function (Internal)
FBKP * *Maintain Accounting Configuration
FBL1 * *Display Vendor Line Items
FBL1N * Vendor Line Items
FBL2 * *Change Vendor Line Items
FBL2N * Vendor Line Items
FBL3 * *Display G/L Account Line Items
FBL3N * G/L Account Line Items
FBL4 * *Change G/L Account Line Items
FBL4N * G/L Account Line Items
FBL5 * *Display Customer Line Items
FBL5N * Customer Line Items
FBL6 * *Change Customer Line Items
FBL6N * Customer Line Items
FBM1 * *Enter Sample Document
FBM2 * *Change Sample Document
FBM3 * *Display Sample Document
FBM4 * *Display Sample Document Changes
FBMA * *Display Dunning Procedure
FBME * *Banks
FBMP * *Maintain Dunning Procedure
FBN1 * *Accounting Document Number Ranges
FBN2 * *Number Range Maintenance: FI_PYORD
FBP1 * *Enter Payment Request
FBR1 * *Post with Reference Document
FBR2 * *Post Document
FBRA * *Reset Cleared Items
FBRC * *Reset Cleared Items (Payment Cards)
FBS1 * *Enter Accrual/Deferral Doc.
FBTA * *Display Text Determin.Configuration
FBTP * *Maintain Text Determin.Configuration
FBU2 * *Change Intercompany Document
FBU3 * *Display Intercompany Document
FBU8 * *Reverse Cross-Company Code Document
FBV0 * *Post Parked Document
FBV1 * *Park Document
FBV2 * *Change Parked Document
FBV3 * *Display Parked Document
FBV4 * *Change Parked Document (Header)
FBV5 * *Document Changes of Parked Documents
FBV6 * *Parked Document $
FBVB * *Post Parked Document
FBW1 * *Enter Bill of Exchange Pmnt Request
FBW2 * *Post Bill of Exch.acc.to Pmt Request
FBW3 * *Post Bill of Exchange Usage
FBW4 * *Reverse Bill Liability
FBW5 * *Customer Check/Bill of Exchange
FBW6 * *Vendor Check/Bill of Exchange
FBW7 * *Bank file to file system (for FBWD)
FBW8 * *File to Bank (for Transaction FBWD)
FBW9 * *C FI Maintain Table T045DTA
FBWA * *C FI Maintain Table T046a
FBWD * *Returned Bills of Exchange Payable
FBWD2 * Parameter Transaction for FBWD
FBWE * *Bill/Exch.Presentatn - International
FBWQ * *C FI Maintain Table T045T
FBWR * *C FI Maintain Table T045W
FBWS * *C FI Maintain Table T046s
FBZ0 * *Display/Edit Payment Proposal
FBZ1 * *Post Incoming Payments
FBZ2 * *Post Outgoing Payments
FBZ3 * *Incoming Payments Fast Entry
FBZ4 * *Payment with Printout
FBZ5 * *Print Check For Payment Document
FBZ8 * *Display Payment Run
FBZA * *Display Pmnt Program Configuration
FBZG * *Failed Customer Payments
FBZP * *Maintain Pmnt Program Configuration
FC10 * *Financial Statements Comparison
FC11 * *Data Extract for FI Transfer
FC80 * *Document C80
FC82 * *Document C82
FCAA * *Check Archiving
FCC1 * *Payment Cards: Settlement
FCC2 * *Payment Cards: Repeat Settlement
FCC3 * *Payment Cards: Delete Logs
FCC4 * *Payment Cards: Display Logs
FCCR * *Payment Card Evaluations
FCH1 * *Display Check Information
FCH2 * *Display Payment Document Checks
FCH3 * *Void Checks
FCH4 * *Renumber Checks
FCH5 * *Create Check Information
FCH6 * *Change Check Information/Cash Check
FCH7 * *Reprint Check
FCH8 * *Reverse Check Payment
FCH9 * *Void Issued Check
FCHA * *Check archiving
FCHB * *Check retrieval
FCHD * *Delete Payment Run Check Information
FCHE * *Delete Voided Checks
FCHF * *Delete Manual Checks
FCHG * *Delete cashing/extract data
FCHI * *Check Lots
FCHK * *Check Tracing Initial Menu
FCHN * *Check Register
FCHR * *Online Cashed Checks
FCHT * *Change check/payment allocation
FCHU * *Create Reference for Check
FCHV * *C FI Maintain Table TVOID
FCHX * *Check Extract - Creation
FCIWCU *BW Customizing for CS
FCIWD00 Download InfoObject text
FCIWD10 Download InfoObject hierarchies
FCKR * *International cashed checks
FCMM * *C FI Preparations for consolidation
FCMN * *FI Initial Consolidation Menu
FCV1 * *Create A/R Summary
FCV2 * *Delete A/R Summary
FCV3 * *Early Warning List
FC_BW_BEX * * * Business Explorer Analyser
FC_BW_RSA1 * * *BW Administrator Workbench
FC_BW_RSZDELETE Delete BW Query Objects
FC_BW_RSZV * * *Maintain BW Variables
FD-1 * *Number range maintenance: FVVD_RANL
FD01 * *Create Customer (Accounting)
FD02 * *Change Customer (Accounting)
FD02CORE Maintain customer
FD03 * *Display Customer (Accounting)
FD04 * *Customer Changes (Accounting)
FD05 * *Block Customer (Accounting)
FD06 * *Mark Customer for Deletion (Acctng)
FD08 * *Confirm Customer Individually(Actng)
FD09 * *Confirm Customer List (Accounting)
FD10 * *Customer Account Balance
FD10N * Customer Balance Display
FD10NA *Customer Bal. Display with Worklist
FD11 * *Customer Account Analysis
FD15 * *Transfer customer changes: send
FD16 * *Transfer customer changes: receive
FD24 * *Credit Limit Changes
FD32 * *Change Customer Credit Management
FD33 * *Display Customer Credit Management
FD37 * *Credit Management Mass Change
FDCU * *Loans customizing menu
FDFD * *Cash Management Implementation Tool
FDI0 * *Execute Report
FDI1 * *Create Report
FDI2 * *Change Report
FDI3 * *Display Report
FDI4 * *Create Form
FDI5 * *Change Form
FDI6 * *Display Form
FDIB * *Background Processing
FDIC * *Maintain Currency Translation Type
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FF.D * *Generate payt req. from advices
FF/1 * *Compare Bank Terms
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FF63 * *Create Planning Memo Record
FF65 * *List of Cash Management Memo Records
FF67 * *Manual Bank Statement
FF68 * *Manual Check Deposit Transaction
FF6A * *Edit Cash Mgmt Pos Payment Advices
FF6B * *Edit liquidity forecast planned item
FF70 * *Cash Mgmt Posit./Liquidity Forecast
FF71 * *Cash Position
FF72 * *Liquidity forecast
FF73 * *Cash Concentration
FF74 * *Use Program to Access Cash Concntn
FF7A * *Cash Position
FF7B * *Liquidity forecast
FF:1 * *Maintain exchange rates
FFB4 * *Import electronic check deposit list
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FFL_OLD Display Transmission Information
FFS_OLD Display Transmission Information
FFTL * *Telephone list
FFW1 * *Wire Authorization
FFWR * *Post Payment Requests from Advice
FFWR_REQUESTS * Create Payment Requests from Advice
FF_1 * *Standard G/L Account Interest Scale
FF_3 * *G/L Account Cashed Checks
FF_4 * *Vendor Cashed Checks
FF_5 * *Import Electronic Bank Statement
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