This post is ment to collect all my postings about the usage of NWBC in the SAP TM context:

It starts with installation:

WKS: How to use NWBC in TM – Installation and basic setup

followed by first steps:

WKS: How to use NWBC in TM – First Steps after installation

and the very nice search providers

WKS: How to use NWBC in TM – Search Providers

Then a little trick: How to create Desktop shortcuts to open NWBC with defined client:

WKS: How to define a desktop shortcut to open NWBC with defined client

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  1. Erik von der Osten

    Hi Bernd,

    thanks for the nice overview of the topic!

    Just want to add one comment to the Desktop shortcuts since you mentioned already the client parameter “sap-client” which can be added to the URL:

    Besides that one you can also add the user name parameter “sap-user”.

    Note that a URL containing the question mark (“?”) is having afterwards at least one parameter definition in the format

    <parameter name>=<parameter value>

    Multiple parameter are separated by an ampersand symbol (“&”), for example when adding the user name parameter to your link example you get

    sap-nwbc://https://tmsystem1.tm.corp:12345/sap/bc/nwbc?sap-client=700&sap-user=D034227

    and the only thing you have to enter for logon is your password.

    For more SAP URL parameter check out this SAP Help Portal link.

    Best regards,

    Erik

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