Hello Friends,

 

My previous blog is for installing Wily Introscope

 

Once your system is up and running first thing you need to do is configuring SLD in SAP Solution Manager (If you are using local SLD)

 

In order to configure SLD login to NWA and go to Configuration >> Scenarios >> Configuration Wizard

 

 

Open Functional Unit Configuration UI

 

Select System Landscape Directory and click Enable Automatically

 

 

Provide password for users

 

Continue Setup a new local SLD

 

Wait till process complets

 

Once your SLD is ready upgrade CR content

 

Upgrade CR content as per SAP note: 669669 – Update of SAP System Component Repository in SLD

 

 

Once your CR Content upgrade finish – Choose Administration -> Settings -> Server Configuration, choose the Perform Role Mapping button and confirm.

 

 

Confirm

 

 

Now your SLD is ready for SAP Solution Manager system

 

Next step is Install DAA

 

Thank you for reading

Yogesh

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  1. Abhi Diwaker

    hello yogesh
    I have installed new 7.2 and applied sp. now whats the sequence to do the configuration –
    SLD
    LMDB
    SYSTEMSETUP
    MOPTZ
    Do you have documents to set this up step by step? 

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  2. Srinivas Vankina

    Hello Yogesh,

    I had upgraded to SAP Solution Manager 7.2.

    After Upgrade, I had done the Dual Stack split in same host by keeping database.

    icm ports are over taken by JAVA stack “icm/server_port_*”.

    icm/server_port_0 = PORT=8000,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_1 = PORT=50000,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_2 = PORT=50001,PROT=HTTPS
    icm/server_port_3 = PROT=SMTP,PORT=25000
    icm/server_port_4 = PORT=50004,PROT=P4
    icm/server_port_5 = PORT=50007,PROT=IIOP
    icm/server_port_6 = PORT=50008,PROT=TELNET,HOST=localhost
    icm/server_port_7 = PORT=50006,PROT=P4SEC
    icm/server_port_8 = PORT=50003,PROT=IIOPSEC

    icm ports shows “0” as port numbers in abap stack. If I set the below parameters in abap stack, it will conflict

    icm/server_port_0 = PORT=8000,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_1 = PORT=50000,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_2 = PORT=50001,PROT=HTTPS
    icm/server_port_3 = PROT=SMTP,PORT=25000

    Can I assign like below parameters in abap stack

    icm/server_port_0 = PORT=8001,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_1 = PORT=50002,PROT=HTTP
    icm/server_port_2 = PORT=50003,PROT=HTTPS
    icm/server_port_3 = PROT=SMTP,PORT=25001

    Regards
    Srinivas Vankina

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  3. Yasutaka Saito
     Hi dear
    
    
    would you tell me the difference about the SLD between the post you written in below blogs you push the data into SLD, what`s this SLD on that time, and why we need a local SLD? and the SLD when in below post is local or other global?
    
    Part 3 : SAP Solution Manager 7.2 SR1 (+ SPS03) : [i] Support Pack Stack 03 Installation

    Thanks & Best Regards`
    Luan

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    1. Yogesh Patel Post author

      Hello Luan,

      Its really depends on your requirements. In my example I have is SLD local on solution manager. You can use central SLD if you have one.

      There is 3 options to connect your solution manager to SLD

      Pick the best for your technical requirements

      Thanks

      Yogesh

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