SAP NetWeaver Administrator 7.1 is a Web-based tool for administration and monitoring, offering a single entry point to configure, administer, and monitor your SAP NetWeaver system, its components, and applications.

This lecture introduces many of the features and functionalities available within SAP NetWeaver Administrator. Some of the main features are the following:

  • A single, central tool for administration, troubleshooting, and problem analysis of your SAP NetWeaver system. You can perform administration tasks, such as starting and stopping instances, checking and modifying configuration settings, and analyzing logs and traces.
  • An easy-to-use, task-oriented interface
  • A Web-based tool, which does not need to have a local installation to manage remote systems
  • The interface allows seamless navigation to other SAP NetWeaver administration tools (e.g. User Management Engine)
  • The SAP NetWeaver Administrator represents the crossover from various expert tools to an integrated, simple, and clear solution. It also completes the integration of the data sources for monitoring.

This lecture will also cover the following areas for PI 7.1:

  • An overview of monitoring of Exchange Infrastructure using NWA
  • Understanding the architecture of WS-RM
  • An overview of monitoring WS messages in NWA
  • An overview of using webservice with point-to-point connections using Exchange Infrastructure
  • Using NWA to create and test WS provider service
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  1. Venkatanarayana Vagu
    Shall we start as a Netweaver Administrator with out having a konowledge in Admin side. As I have plenty of exp on Netweaver PI.

    Are we have a knowledge of BASIS side to enter into the  Netweaver Admin side?

    1. William Li Post author
      The NWA features will be briefly discussed.  Knowledge in PI Monitoring using RWB is beneficial (but not required), as their equivalent in NWA will be discussed.  Basis knowledge is not required.



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