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Load distribution can be done through following way

·         Message Server

·         SAP Web Dispatcher

Activate SICF service

Login to your SAP system and run transaction code SA38

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Program :  RSICF_SERVICE_ACTIVATION

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Note:

Through Message server select:  MESSAGESERVER-LOADBALANCING

Through SAP Web dispatcher select WEBDISPATCHER-LOADBALANCING

 

For SAP Web dispatcher

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Result

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For Message server

 

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Result

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Maintaining logon groups in the ICF service

Open SICF service you want to use with load balancing group and assign logon group

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Note: Logon groups can be maintained through Transaction code SMLG

Logon groups check

Run Transaction code SMMS

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Navigate to: Goto  > Expert Functions > HTTP > Load Groups

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Goto > Expert Functions > HTTP > URL Logon Groups

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You will see the logon group you setup on SICF services

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Testing

Login through SAP MMC in your web dispatcher (This has to be done on webdispatcher server)

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Note: Make sure in your web dispatcher Capacity set to low in order to test these settings

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Login user through webdispacher can be found as Number of Plug-In Users in SAP transaction code AL08

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