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How add trex in SLD ( for linux system)

On solution manager

Using this global directory, all generic data suppliers of the current SAP NetWeaver system can send data to the same SLD with one central configuration.

You need this information

  • User with administration java privilege with relative password
  • FQDN name of host
  • if you use http or https connectios

su – <sid>adm

 

cd /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/

sldreg  -configure slddest.cfg –usekeyfile

Wed Jul 24
14:28:45 2013 SLD Registration Program [7.20.5]
(Jan 15 2013) [Unicode]

 

Use configuration
file ‘slddest.cfg’ for output!

 

Please specify
the HTTP connect information: [User, Password, Host, Port, HTTP/HTTPS]

User Name       : SOLMAN_USER

Password        : ********

Verify Password : ********

Server Host     : xxx.xxx.xxx

Port [80,443,1024..65535]: 8000

Use HTTPS? (y/n): n

===================

Entered Information

===================

User:   SOLMAN_USER

Passwd: (secret)

Host:   xxx.xxx.xxx

Port:   8000

HTTPS:  n

===================

Write this
information to secure file ‘slddest.cfg’ and generate key file
‘slddest.cfg.key’? [y=yes/n=no/q=quit] y

Wed Jul 24 14:29:45
2013 Writing data to encrypted file ‘slddest.cfg’

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Data written to secured data file ‘slddest.cfg’

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Data written to key file ‘slddest.cfg.key’

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Using destination file ‘slddest.cfg’.

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Use binary key file ‘slddest.cfg.key’ for data decryption

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Use encryted destination file ‘slddest.cfg’ as data source

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Configuration data successfully stored in file: slddest.cfg

Wed Jul 24
14:29:45 2013 Key file stored in file: slddest.cfg.key

move the file on the trex system under directory /usr/sap/<SID_TREX>/SYS/global

ON TREX

user root

cd  /usr/sap/<SID_TREX>/SYS/global

chown <sid_trex>adm:sapsys slddest.cfg*

user daaadm

daaadm 11> cd  /usr/sap/TXS/SYS/global

daaadm 11>  /usr/sap/hostctrl/exe/saposcol -b  | sldreg -connectfile slddest.cfg -stdin –oldtransferdtd

After this procedure you can also found your system in LMBD database.

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