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Hello Friends,

You have successfully upgraded your SAP Solution Manager. Now somehow you want to decommission your one of the SAP system and you are wondering where to start. This document helps you to decommission you system from SAP Solution Manager 7.2

Ad-hoc removing system from you SAP Solution Manager

Login to your SAP Solution manager and run SM_WORKCENTER transaction code

Go to Managed system configuration and select technical system. From Advanced option select Decommissioning and continue with process

Planned task for removing system from you SAP Solution Manager

Login to your SAP Solution manager and run SM_WORKCENTER transaction code

Missing step in new solution manager

Opent Technical Administration Tile

Guided Procedure Management

Select Technical system and start in new window

You are missing Decommissioning option in there

Procedure

Login to your SAP Solution manager and run SM_WORKCENTER transaction code

Unter Technical Administration select Planning

Select Plans for Technical Systems

Select Guided Procedure (Standard)

Select Decommissionig from the list and press Guided Procedure button

Once you have addedd procedure in list by selectiong procedure Assign or Change Managed object as below

Note: Make sure you select Start On time and Date

Select Technical system you want to decommission and Add

Make sure you select RFC connected clients

Once you have addedd systeme in list by selectiong procedure Assign or Change Processor as below

Save your changes and your decommission process will start on time you have assigned to task

Thank you for reading

Yogesh

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  1. Biral Gajjar

     

    Hello Yogeh,

    Nice Blog.Good Work!.In Solman 7.1,“Decommissioning ” option in guided procedure is not visible.I would like to remove DEA,DEH,DEV system. Could you please help me out?

    Thanks

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      Do you have role assigned to your account : –  SAP_TASK_INBOX_ALL_COMP

      If Yes, it will be looks like below…

       

       

      -Yogesh

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  2. Biral Gajjar

    Yes,I have assigned already this role before.but i have below screen.Do i need to install or create Decommissioning  Procedure.?The thing is i want to delete ERP system from Solution manager 7.1 and add it to Solman 7.2

     

     

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  3. Biral Gajjar

    Yes.I have already checked that link.As per guide, 7.1, in managed system configuration, the advance option is not visible.

    Sorry , I have  Solman 7.1 sp 10

    I have also followed the link: https://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/SMSETUP/Delete_Managed_System

     

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      Some high level steps below

      Disconnect DAA to send Data in solman SLD

      Clean system in SLD (CIM content only)

      Clean system in LMDB

       

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  4. Biral Gajjar

    Hi Yogesh,

    Since I am not expert in Solution manager, i need some further guidance.

    1) Disconnect DAA

    Do you mean to disconnect erp agent as shown in below screen

    2) Wha does Clean system in SLD (CIM content only) mean? RZ 70? where do i find.?

    3) Clean system in LMDB :remove from LMDB?Right.

    Thanks Yogesh

     

     

     

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  5. Juan Jose Piaggio

    Hi Yogesh Patel,

    I have 2 Solution Manager 7.2 SP05 System, 1 DEV and 1 PROD.

    I added for Managed System the HANA DB (MDC – With 2 tenants (1 to ABAP and 1 to JAVA)) / ABAP system Dev / JAVA System Dev

    Now I installed PROD system and since I use the same HANA DB (MDC – now with 4 tenant (2 for DEV and 2 for PROD) I want to use the Solution Manager only in Producction .

    I need to follow this guide in order to decommissing the HANA DB on Solman DEV and then perform a FULL CONFIG on Solman PROD?

    Thanks!

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      Hello Juan,

      If you follow this guide it will clean up all unnecessary accounts and set from your remote system.

      It recommended to follow it.

      Regards,

      Yogesh

       

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