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The right hand side of SAP GUI Logon pad after logging into a system is useless unless you put it into some use. Why not add some meaningful image to that section and put it into some use? Its always helpful as an administrator to provide information to the users about the different clients and what its meant for. The image can be anything ranging from company’s logo to providing any useful information. The rest is up to you to bring it to best use. So here are the steps to add it:

Steps

1. Transaction code – SMW0

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2. Select Binary data for WebRFC application

3. Hit Enter

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4. Click Execute

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5. Click Settings -> Maintain MIME types


6. Click the Create button

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7. Fill in :- TYPE : image/gif

     EXTENSION : .GIF

8. Click Save

9. Click Back to the Binary data for WebRFC (2 Time Press Back Button).

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10. Click Create

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11. Fill in :- Obj. name : ZSTART_IMG

Description : SAP IMAGE on the right hand column of the screen

12.  Click Import and specify the file name whereyourGIF file is located.

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13. Click on Local Object

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14.  Now ZSTART_IMG Shown into SAP Web Repository: Object.

15.  Goto Transaction code SM30

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16.  Fill Table/View – SSM_CUST

17.  Click Maintain

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18.  Click Continue

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19.  Click New Entries

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20.  Fill: Name: START_IMAGE

Value: ZSTART_IMG (value must be same as which we created earlier.)

21.  Click on Save Button

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22.  Click on Continue Button.

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23.  Click on Back Button.

24.  Click on New Entries again.

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25.  Fill: Name: RESIZE_IMAGE

Value: NO

26.  Click on Save Button

27.  Click on Back Button

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28.  Goto SE01

29.  Release Request.

30.  Goto STMS

31.  Import Request.

Waiting for your comments on how well the space can be put to use.

Best Regards,

Prem

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  1. Arun Reddy

    Hi Prem,

    This is very informative and usefull, keep up the good work and knowledge sharing attitude 🙂

    Kind Regards,

    Arun Reddy.

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  2. Marcello Mancini

    This is a nice guide, but in my opinion the title is a bit misguiding: when you say “Logon screen”, I think about the screen where I input my username and password.

    Following your guide, what you change is not that screen. Instead you change the menu screen, the one SAP calls “Easy Access Screen”: it’s the one after the logon screen, where you can launch the SAP transactions.

    Kind regards.

    M

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    1. Prem Shankar Post author

      Hi Marcello,

      Thank you for your feedback. And you are right its “Easy Access Screen”. I am wondering how did i miss it. Thank you again for correcting me. 🙂

      BR,

      Prem

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    1. Prem Shankar Post author

      Hi Maglis,

      Thanks for your feedback. I really wonder how screen shots are missing. Actually all the screen shots were uploaded properly and if you click on the missing screen shots, you can actually view the screen shot. I am not sure how to make them visible at the first place.

      Regards,

      Prem

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      1. Maglis Menelaos

        Hi Prem,

        When I click the missing screenshot links they do not appear for me.

        Try to edit the document and upload the screenshots again.

        Regards,

        Menelaos

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