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2. Advantages of SAP
3. Architecture of SAP
Figure 1: SAP Architecture
3.1Presentation Layer
3.2Application Layer
3.3Database Layer:
4. Servers and Work process
4.1 SID:
4.2SM51: Shows only Active servers
Screenshot 1: SM51 (Active Servers List)
Screenshot 2:
4.3SM50: Work Process Overview
Screenshot 3: SM50 (Process Overview)
4.4 T-Code Prefixes:
4.5 Menu Bar Buttons:
5. Profiles
6. System Bounce:
7. Market Place
Figure 2: SAP Market Place Shortcuts
7.1 Developer Key:
7.2 Developer Object:
8. Installation
8.1 Hardware Sizing:
8.2 Users:
8.3 High Availability:
8.4 Post installation activities:
9. Installation Process
9.1 Central instance:
9.2 Database Instance:
9.3 Dialogue Instance:
9.4 Installation of GUI:
9.5 Checking Central Instances:
10. Client Maintenance
10.1 SCC4
Screenshot 4: SCC4 (Client Maintenance) 1
Screenshot 5: SCC4 (Client Maintenance) 2
Screenshot 6: SCC4, Client Creation 1
Screenshot 7: Client Creation 2
Screenshot 8: Client Roles
10.3 SCCL:
Screenshot 9: SCCL (Local Client Copy)
Screenshot 10: SCCL (Local Client Copy) 2
Screenshot 11: SCC3 (Client Copy Log)
10.6 RFC
11. Spool Administration
11.1 Types of Access Methods:
11.4 SPAD: Spool Administration
Screenshot 13: SPAD (Spool Administration)
11.5 SP01 – Output control
SP12 – TemSe Management
12. Transport Management System
Figure 3: Transport Routes
12.1 Change Request management:
12.3 Transport Directory:
12.4 Configuring STMS:
12.5 Defining Landscape:
13. Support Packages
13.1 Types of Support packages:
13.2 Applying Support Patches:
13.3 Pre-requisites:
13.4 Support Packages Errors:
13.5 Applying Add-ons:
13.6 Kernel Patches
14. Update Mechanism
14.1 Advantages:
14.2 Types of Update Process:
14.3 Update Monitoring:
14.4 Update Problems:
15.1 Problems with Enque:
16. Data Transfer
17. Archiving
17.1 Reason for Archiving:
17.2 Advantages:
18. System Monitoring:
Figure 4: Health Checks
Background Work Process
Solving Max-Extents issues
Client Transport
Client Export
Client Import
Operation Modes
Figure 5: SAP Database Architecture
Database Startup
Database Shutdown
Storage Management
Creation of Table Space
Process of reorganization:
Backup restore and recovery:
Types of backups:
Users and Maintenance
Creation of Users
Creating User
Role Creation:
Defining a Derived Role:
User Comparison
Missing Authorizations SU53
Security Parameters
Central User Administration
Types of users:
Logon Load Balancing
Defining Logon groups
Mechanism of Logon on Load Balancing
Applying SNOTE
OS Directory
Figure 7: SAP OS Directory
Important T Codes
Top Ten Problems
Interview Questions
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