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SAP EEM Editor

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This guide will show you how to create script for EEM with EEM editor tool

The End User Experience Script editor (EEM editor) is part of End User Experience monitoring (EEM)

With the EEM editor, you create EEM scripts, which you have recorded with the SAP GUI Script

Recorder or the End User Experience Script Recorder.

This ensures that the EEM script can be run by the EEM robots

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Step 1


Change Parameter:

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Enable the parameter “sapgui/user_scripting” from RZ11

Step 2


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Enable script recording and playback

Step 3


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Record SAP GUI transactions



  1. Choose Record Script. The SAP GUI recorder starts.
  2. Choose Record Script. The SAP GUI recorder starts.
  3. Specify the target directory for the script, in the field Save to.
  4. Choose Record Script, to start the recording.
  5. Run the transaction in SAP GUI.
  6. Choose Stop Recording, to end the recording. The recording of the transaction is saved in the selected directory, and can be imported into the EEM editor.

The SAP EEM Editor

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Create new project


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First create new project – navigate to file – new – project

Give name to the project

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Create new script

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Choose sapgui or http

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Import script recording

  1. Choose File Import Recording.
  2. You go to a dialog box.
  3. Open the folder in which you have saved the SAP GUI or HTTP script.
  4. You can:
  5. To import an SAP GUI script, choose the file <file name>.vbs.
  6. To import an HTTP script, choose the file BusinessTransaction.XML.
  7. Choose OK. The recording of the transaction is converted into EEM script format and assigned to an EEM project as an EEM script.


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Here you can see the VBS file I import to the project

Configure EEM script


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Enter client, host, Lang, password, sys number, and user.

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Run the script – for test

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Here you see the step of the script

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Export the script


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Import the script in solution manager

Login to solution manager – SOLMAN_SETUP – technical monitoring – end user experience – step 3.1–

brows to your script zip file you export – and upload the script

Now you need to continue with EEM configuration in Solution Manager

Check Technical Monitoring End-User Experience – part 1

Best regards

Naor Shalom














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