Check SLD config on Java

Use

In this manual activity, you make sure that you have at least one System Landscape Directory (SLD), and you register the SAP Solution Manager Java system in your SLD, to use SAP Solution Manager functions.

Activities

After a System Upgrade

If you are upgrading your SAP Solution Manager system:

  • Make sure that you have an SLD.
  • Make sure that you have configured the SLD data supplier.
  • If you use the local SLD: Start the URL https://<Sol_Man_Java_System_Host>:<HTTPS_Port>/sld. Choose Administration -> Settings -> Server Configuration, choose the Perform Role Mapping button and confirm.

Once completed, set the status of this activity in SAP Solution Manager Configuration to Performed.

For a New System

This activity is mandatory for a new SAP Solution Manager system.

  • If you do not have an SLD, enable the SLD of the SAP Solution Manager Java system, by enabling the SLD of the SAP Solution Manager Java system, if one of the following is true:

    – You have no other Java system in your system landscape.

    – Your CR (Content Repository, Software Catalog) content cannot be updated frequently in any other existing SLD. In this case, the SLD in the SAP Solution Manager Java system can be used for the CR content updates only.

    For more information, see the SCN wiki at http://wiki.scn.sap.com/wiki/display/SMSETUP/Home. In particular, see SLD -> Planning Guide – System Landscape Directory.

    Proceed as follows:

    1. Start the URL https://<Sol_Man_Java_System_Host>:<HTTPS_Port>/sld/fun.
    2. Select the System Landscape Directory.
    3. Choose Enable automatically.
    4. Enter your credentials and choose Next.
    5. Choose Set up a new local SLD.

  • If you already have an SLD, register the SAP Solution Manager Java system, as follows:
    1. Start the URL https://<Sol_Man_Java_System_Host>:<HTTPS_Port>/sld/fun.
    2. Select the System Landscape Directory.
    3. Choose Enable automatically.
    4. Enter your credentials and choose Next.
    5. Choose Use an existing remote SLD.


Check “Post Installation” on ABAP

Use

In this manual activity, you perform the tasks in task list SAP_BASIS_SETUP_INITIAL_CONFIG in transaction STC01.

Activities

After a System Upgrade

  1. Open transaction STC01 and enter task list SAP_BASIS_SETUP_INITIAL_CONFIG.

    1. Choose Generate Task List Run.
    2. Choose Skip all Tasks.
    3. Select the following task in the Execute column: Schedule Standard Jobs (SM36)
    4. Choose Start/Resume Task List Run in Dialog.
  1. If you previously used the local SLD of SAP Solution Manager, open transaction SU01 in the SAP Solution Manager ABAP system, and add role SAP_SLD_DATA_SUPPLIER to user SLDDSUSER (or the equivalent user).

For a New System

  1. Implement SAP Note 2217745.
  2. Open transaction STC01 and enter task list SAP_BASIS_SETUP_INITIAL_CONFIG.
  3. Choose Generate Task List Run.
  4. Choose Skip all Tasks.
  5. Select the following tasks in the Execute column:
    • Create/Select Workbench Request (SE09)
    • Upload System Profiles (RZ10)
    • Create Logical System (BD54)
      Choose Fill Parameters and enter the required data.
      Standard value: <SAP Solution Manager SID>CLNT<client number>. Example: FA7CLNT001
    • Schedule Standard Jobs (SM36)
    • Create SAP DB connection (DBCO)
      Choose Fill Parameters and enter the required data.
    • Configuration of SLD Data Supplier (RZ70)
      Choose Fill Parameters and enter the required data.
  6. Choose Start/Resume Task List Run in Dialog.
  7. Start transaction SCC4 and switch to Change mode.
  8. In the table select the relevant client (Example: 001), and press the Details icon.
  9. In the field Logical system provide the value as created with STC01 transaction (see above item 5. / Create Logical System).
  10. Press Save.
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