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SAP Solution Manager Operations

SAP Solution Manager Operations

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which is the logical component. To assign SAP systems to the business process. the implementation scenario of the SAP R/3 EMEA can be duplicated to SAP R/3 America. © SAP AG † ™ ‡†¦t”|  ˆ™ˆ}} ˜z %š ¾ /RJLFDO &RPSRQHQW SM100 3-26 z~ ‡† | • ‡z … }ˆ™|ˆœ ‚~ ˜~ R%e±}€‰ £ 6šCv ¸·¶µ´ ˆ§¥r³ ² ½ ¼ ³º £´ ©™»¥2¹ . • All the implementation activities.. and only the logical component has to be replaced centrally. we need a more flexible “ object” . using logical components. project administration. e. New system roles can be built (restricted to 10) according to the customer needs. DEV > QA > PRD. Business Blueprint and Configuration./RJLFDO &RPSRQHQWV 6SHFLILFDWLRQ $ ORJLFDO FRPSRQHQW LV DQ DGPLQLVWUDWLRQ XQLW ZKLFK XQLTXHO\ DVVLJQV ORJLFDO V\VWHPV WR V\VWHP UROHV IRU D SURGXFW WKURXJKRXW WKH V\VWHP ODQGVFDSH DQG DFURVV SURMHFWV 6$3 GHOLYHUV VRPH SUHGHILQHG ORJLFDO FRPSRQHQWV 7KH VWDQGDUG QDPH IRU 6$3 GHOLYHUHG ORJLFDO FRPSRQHQWV LV ³6$3 &RPSRQHQW!´ HJ 6$3 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU 6$3 1HWZHDYHU $SSOLFDWLRQ 6HUYHU 6$3 1HWZHDYHU %: VHUYHU« © SAP AG 2006 „ Reasons for Logical Components • The SAP Solution Manager is a scenario/process-oriented tool. were developed for this path. • You can visualize the system landscape and its sequence. • If the same content is required for the system landscape SAP R/3 for America.g. You can change systems without changing the business process structure. • It decouples the systems from the business process.

• Enter the required data. as development system. transaction SMSY proceed as follow: • Choose “ System Groups and Logical Components” 6HOHFW /RJLFDO FRPSRQHQWV 3URGXFW! • Choose Create New Logical Component from the context menu. • Specify the use of the logical component: − − To use a logical component in system groups. or in projects.1 to SAP Solution Manager 3.Q WKH V\VWHP ODQGVFDSH WUDQVDFWLRQ 606< VHOHFW WKH YLHZ ³6\VWHP *URXSV DQG /RJLFDO &RPSRQHQWV´ DQG WKH GHVLUHG ORJLFDO FRPSRQHQW LQ WKLV H[DPSOH ZH XVH WKH ORJLFDO FRPSRQHQW 6$3 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU © SAP AG 2006 „ There are several paths to create logical components. choose a product. choose a main instance. Set the Inactive flag to hide the logical component system-wide from the new uses possible entries help./RJLFDO &RPSRQHQWV LQ 606< . in solution landscapes for operations. from the Project Administration or directly in the System Landscape.2. e.g.e. i. „ • Assign logical systems to the logical components for the various system roles. To create a logical component in the System Landscape. • Save the changes. but retain existing uses of the logical component. in the Current System Assignments tab. either when migrating solutions after an upgrade from SAP Solution Manager 3. set the Active flag in the right hand window. © SAP AG SM100 3-27 .

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Using this screen for the operations setup you have access to all relevant transaction such as transaction smsy to access the system maintenance or access to the Solution Directory. where you can define so called logical components and link them to the solution landscapes. © SAP AG SM100 ÍÀ ™Îœˆ Íà ©m›Ä ©C¢¥Î 3}„ˆœ%Ç §Ì ÂÊ È Ó ÕÉ Ç Ð Î ¿ É ÈÂÊ Ç ÁÉ Í Ë Á Ö È Â Ã ¿ É È РΠqy„É &™Â}¥¢©Î r„Ñ ©C¿ ÍÀ 6Î}ˆ Íà ¥%o%Ä ¥C¢©Î &}„ˆœ%Ç §Ì Â Ê È Ó ÕÉ Ç Ð Î ¿ É ÈÂ Ê Ç ÁÉ Í Ë Ã Ô ÇÊ Á Ó É Ç Ò É È РΠFˆ}yyˆˆA¥Î 3œÑ ©©¿ Ï ¿ Å ¿ É ÈÂÊ Ç Á É Í R£q¥Î 3œ€€„Ç §Ì Ë ÃÊÉÇÉ Â ÈÇ Å Ä ÂÁÀ F€„}™Ã}É RÆyXĀ%¿ 3-30 .2SHUDWLRQ 6HWXS ² 6ROXWLRQ /DQGVFDSH © SAP AG 2006 „ In the past some screen were partially confusing and not very intuitive.

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This is how you can leverage content for R/3. © SAP AG × SM100 3-40 . and mySAP ERP. R/3 Enterprise. The predefined content from the SAP can also be copied from the Business Process Repository at the business process and business process step levels.e. for example. GHILQH ³VWDWXV´ DQG ³SURFHVV DYDLODELOLW\´ DQG VDYH „ 7KH ³%XVLQHVV 3URFHVV´ ZLOO EH FUHDWHG LQ WKH WUHH VWUXFWXUH © SAP AG 2006 „ „ The status “ productive” has to be chosen if the Business Process is used for the Operations Area (i. for Business Process Monitoring).

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scenarios and the single steps This is then used and visible within the Solution Directory and assigned to the Solution Landscape In the back of these definitions within the Solution Directory you will find the logical components with its products. systems etc. using the business process repository and the operation templates Then you would proceed with defining your business processes.'DWD %DVLV LQ 6$3 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU 2SHUDWLRQV © SAP AG 2006 „ „ „ „ „ Here you can see how everything we have discussed is coming together: Starting on the left side with defining projects. maintained within the transaction SMSY © SAP AG SM100 Ï¿ Å ©UC¿ ð þ ó ò í ý ï ó ü û ðú í ù ©£C©©§¥‡©&%$ñ Á Ä ÂÁÀ qy6Ȁ%¿ ÐÇ ÈÖÎ œÊ ©yÒ ÂÉ Ð } Èà dã Ä ÂÁÀ ™Ã„€%¿ 3-44 íú ï ð ï õ þ õ ¢   ó î ÿ õ ˜C©2Caû £¡%ò 2§¥ü ÂÊÑÓ }€% ÍÎ æ É È ©Î  ÍÁ à ¤ ÂÊÑÓ }€% ÍÎ æ Ã É ÂÁ „Ê€6ǀ} ÚÉ É %RÅ ÈÇ æ ê¿ E%©ç ð þ ó ò í ý ï ó ü ï îú   õ ©§%CC¥§¥P2õ €%`ìUñ  ç Õ   Å Ò ¨ Ï ÷ ¨ Ì ã  Ú÷ ©F©¿ ù õú ò ð î ¦ ï îú   õ 3ô &¥3eô§õ Yeì¥Uñ í þ ðú ñ í í ð ò õô ö í í ð î í ì £rR”%%§3RP%©eï§%ë í ð í í ð ò õô ö í í ð î í ì ¥%§3RP%©eï§%ë í îô ó ð ò ñ í í ð î í ì Cõ €£¥ï U”%%Ce梨ë ÍÀ ™Î %yyÃ ÷ ÈÁÎÔ ÁÁÃÊ æ ÁÁà ÈÁÑ €„}% ÍΠ脄„É %œå 6Á}€XÃ} ÍÎ æ ÂÊ ø È Âà ÐÁ XDŽ©ç ÁÁÃÊ æ ÁÁà ÈÁÑ €„}% ÍΠ脄„É %œå .

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Choose “ &RPSOHWH” to save your entries. Define freely the technical data. Define freely the technical data. Choose system number “ ” . you have to define all required components first. 1 In order to be able to setup a new solution. Continue. Save your settings. Assign the previously defined server to this database. Select “ $VVLJQ /RJLFDO &RPSRQHQWV” . Continue to the next screen. On the next screen choose “ 5HOHYDQW” next to the SAP ECC Server entry. 1-4 Type in the field “ /RJLFDO &RPSRQHQW” the new component “ =B0\&RPSRQHQWB[[” with the role “ 3URGXFWLYH 6\VWHP” and the FOLHQW . Use the same SID as you have used for the database. 1-1 1-2 Call transaction 606< and right-click on “ 6HUYHU” to create a new server “ GXPP\B[[” . Choose continue and complete to save your settings. you will be able to: • Create a solution landscape in the SAP Solution Manager • Create a Business Process in the SAP Solution Manager Creating a solution landscape and a Business Process are the essential parts for using the Operations Part of the SAP Solution Manager. 1-3 Right-click on “ 6\VWHPV” and choose “ create “ QHZ V\VWHP ZLWK DVVLVWDQW” . the GXPP\B[[ server as message server and “ [[” as installation number.6ROXWLRQV &KDSWHU  6ROXWLRQ /DQGVFDSHV At the conclusion of this exercise. Continue. choose “ 6$3 (&&” as SAP Product with product version “ 6$3 (&& ” . Enter “ 'XPP\ 6\VWHP IRU *URXS [[” in the description field. Right-click on “ 'DWDEDVHV” and define a new database called '[[. Save your settings. Confirm the next screen with “ Yes” to create this new logical component. where xx stands for your group number. Now we come to the next assistant who helps us to create and /or assign logical components to our newly created system. specify FOLHQW  and continue. © SAP AG SM100 3-49 .

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This form of business process-oriented system monitoring. The recommended technique is to define an explicit monitoring concept for central system monitoring using the Computer Center Management System (CCMS) in conjunction with the SAP Solution Manager. The complementary outside-in approach involves using tools from third-party manufacturers. which starts with individual business processes and monitoring all operations-relevant system components. To achieve comprehensive monitoring.6HWWLQJ XS 6\VWHP 0RQLWRULQJ © SAP AG 2006 „ Use this section of the SAP Solution Manager to lay the foundation for setting up the correct procedures for monitoring your SAP solution. SAP recommends using both approaches simultaneously. „ © SAP AG SM100 w ˆd ˆ “ — –“ v©X— Fu t  g r q • ‘ p — ˜ j • g • ‘ d  g  m ™s•™ff3hhAh3foFor%e6e™nX—R’ lˆ“ g rF©U’ ˆk hAh3ih”–¥— 3f`e™¥–&”“ ’& ‰‡ ˆ ‘ “ — m l k ˜ j• g g “ ˆ d • ˜ — • ‘ ˆ ‘ ˆ 6-10 . is known an inside-out approach.

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After the generation of the RFC connections to all monitored systems return to this step ’Check CCMS connectivity’ and press the ’Refresh’ Button. • 6. Mark the checkbox ’Assign RFC Dest. . • 5. Choose under ’Systems’ the systems for that you want to create the RFC connections. Call transaction SMSY. Save your changes.&&06 &RQQHFWLYLW\ &KHFN © SAP AG 2006 „ „ „ „ &KHFN &&06 &RQQHFWLYLW\ 3XUSRVH • To check the connectivity to the CCMS of the monitored systems. • 2. if you did not restart the ’Setup System Monitoring’ after performing step 5. „ For more detail information about CSMREG user and prerequisites for the System Monitoring see 6$3 1RWH  © SAP AG SM100 6-12 . • 3.Q FDVH RI D UHG UDWLQJ SURFHHG DV IROORZV If no destinations are maintained: • 1. • 4. Choose ’Generate RFC connections’ in Tabstrip ’Clients’. for System Monitoring’.

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which you know would cause alerts to occur which aren’t really problems. A practical use would be if you are doing a one-time workload event on the system. such as a data load. You could use ’Reset of Alerts’ to define a window to ignore them.6\VWHP 0RQLWRULQJ  5HVHW RI $OHUWV © SAP AG 2006 „ The ’Reset of Alerts’ feature allows you to ignore one or more alerts for a specified period of time. © SAP AG SM100 ˜ Ž –• ” Œ “ Œ ’  ‘  Ž Œ ¥s—avd%¥%F$2&‰§ 5C‹ 6-22 .

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SAP EarlyWatch Alert monitors the following: • General component status • System configuration • Hardware • Performance development • Average response times • Current workload • Critical error messages and process interruptions • Database administration „ In addition to giving you an overview of system performance.. SAP EarlyWatch Alert data is an indispensable source of analytic data for the delivery of SAP Support Services.QGHSWK DQDO\VLV RI WKH (:$ UHSRUW &OLFN RQ WKH JODVVHV WR DFFHVV WKH ZL]DUG IRU IXUWKHU DQDO\VLV © SAP AG 2006 „ In evaluating SAP components. for example SAP Solution Management Assessment and SAP SQL Statement Optimization. © SAP AG SM100 8-21 .

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to determine whether a remote system is active and available). an application server is regarded as active. if the server is reported as active at the message server. for data collection (that is. This method is extremely fast and suitable for monitoring hundreds of systems from a central CCMS Alert Monitor.$YDLODELOLW\ 0RQLWRULQJ 8VLQJ &&063. you can efficiently monitor the availability of a large number of systems from a central location.1* )HDWXUHV RI $YDLODELOLW\ 0RQLWRULQJ CCMSPING can check the availability of the application server. This agent is a stand-alone program that runs outside the SAP system. By using an agent. However. Availability monitoring also displays the following performance attributes for monitored application servers (as of CCMSPING with release 6.20): „ Dialog Response Time „ Standardized dialog response time (as of Basis 4. availability monitoring uses the CCMS agent CCMSPING.5B) „ Number of Users Logged On © SAP AG 2006 „ Availability monitoring uses the alert and display functions of the monitoring architecture. With this monitoring method. without an inactive system causing an error in the display of the Alert Monitor. „ © SAP AG SM100 9-19 .

It would make sense to install the CCMSPING Agent also on the host of the Central Monitoring System.sap. if the server is reported as active at the message server. The monitoring also displays the following performance attributes for monitored application servers (as of CCMSPING with release status SAP Web AS 6.QIRUPDWLRQ VHQW „ The system is available if the message server and at least one application server are available „ List of active application servers „ Underlying performance attributes of the active application server © SAP AG 2006 „ CCMSPING checks the availability of the application server at the message server of the corresponding system.)XQFWLRQDO 3ULQFLSOH RI WKH $YDLODELOLW\ $JHQW )XQFWLRQDO 3ULQFLSOH RI WKH $YDLODELOLW\ $JHQW &&063. © SAP AG SM100 y %’ ˆ€ %~~s‹ RÐ ˆÑ |€{€ Ê Ê q ˆ Ñ | € { € ry ’% ˆ€ °‚“‹ $Ð † | } y † † ƒ ‹ t ©ƒ &‚‰~’©§“‹ u &HQWUDO 0RQLWRULQJ 6\VWHP &(1  ƒ z y   – — h g – ƒ %~} ph’Xƒ~‚’} i£°’°Ì 9-20 – ² °’ƒ ± φ Ð . With this monitoring method. an application server is regarded as active.com/monitoring | Monitoring in Detail.1* e I f( '@" d $ 8 # 9 E c$ ) cba%%'`YQ E $  $ H ! # # $ q s W VU T  Q I X6PSRPI .5B) „ „ For additional information refer to the Availability Monitoring and Agent CCMSPING document at: http://service.20): • Dialog response time • Number of users logged on • Standardized dialog response time (as of SAP Basis 4.

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The GRMG availability monitoring uses the alert and display functions of the CCMS monitoring architecture to provide heartbeat information. • 3. GRMG is suitable both for monitoring technical scenarios and web-based business scenarios. you can monitor selected components of an SAP solution for their availability using GRMG. the Generic Request and Message Generator. • 2.$YDLODELOLW\ 0RQLWRULQJ 8VLQJ *50* 2YHUYLHZ RQ *50*. The communication protocol used is HTTP-Post. the GRMG application is simply a .0/ GRFXPHQWV „ Example: On SAP J2EE. The results of these tests are collected in the GRMG application and combined into a GRMG response. which embedded in CCMS • GRMG Application: − LV D FDOODEOH MDYD DSSOLFDWLRQ ZKLFK KDV D ZHOOGHILQHG LQWHUIDFHV WR UHFHLYH *50* UHTXHVWV DQG WR VHQG *50* UHVSRQVHV − *50* UHTXHVW DQG UHVSRQVH DUH VXSSOLHG LQ . The GRMG response is sent back to the GRMG infrastructure and displayed in the Alert Monitor as heartbeat information there.jar file which needs to be deployed. GRMG monitoring works as follows: • 1. GRMG consists of two parts: • GRMG Framework (also called GRMG Infrastructure). „ © SAP AG SM100 9-22 .An XML message request is sent to a target system by the GRMG infrastructure.QIUDVWUXFWXUH &HQWUDO 0RQLWRULQJ &RQVROH 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU 6$3 :HE $6 GRMG Application 6$3 -(( (QJLQH &&06 Request Response GRMG Infrastructure GRMG Application 2WKHU &RPSRQHQWV 6$3 6\VWHP GRMG Application 6$3 :HE $6 © SAP AG 2006 /RFDO &&06 „ From a central monitoring system. The GRMG application in the target system performs all the tests for the availability of the monitored components or business process steps.

value smoothing. • &&06 − Configure availability monitoring options.and reorg. − Assign Availability-MTEs to collection scheme. − Download CCMAGENT. − Install and register agent CCMSPING on any host. − Define collection. − Specify MTE properties for Availability-MTEs. scheme.6HWXS 6/5HSRUW  6HOHFWLRQ RI $YDLODELOLW\ 7\SHV 6HOHFW GHVLUHG DYDLODELOLW\ W\SHV IRU UHSRUWLQJ © SAP AG 2006 „ 7KH IROORZLQJ VWHSV DUH QHFHVVDU\ WR DFWLYDWH WKH &&06 3LQJEDVHG DYDLODELOLW\ UHSRUWLQJ • 26 /HYHO − Implement CCMS Ping agent. − Activate availability types. monitoring options. © SAP AG H G1 8 E D C $ A 9 131  31 ) '4£F%5B@8 7655! 42! 0( & $ # !   H G1 T  Q I %%`'w5%6vSRPI SM100 9-23 . − Specify monitoring options. − Define thresholds (optional). − Activate Central Performance History (CPH) for Availability-MTEs.SAR from SAP Service Marketplace.

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Minimum basis release for satellite systems with own CPH or CENs: SAP_BASIS 620 SP17 Relevant Notes: • SAP Note 872569 .SP 11. BB „ „ „ − 673. BB 63  6$3 1RWH  63  6$3 1RWH  The minimum requirements for the satellite systems and CEN (if used) are described in SAP Note 905594.Mandatory coding enhancements for ST-PI © SAP AG SM100 9-27 .Central FAQ Note for setup and operation of SL-Reporting and CPH • SAP Note 905594 .Description of technical prerequisites for implementation of the CPHfunctionality in the SLR • SAP Note 899566 . ST 400 . )LQDO SURFHVVLQJ RI WKH (:$ GDWD WDNHV SODFH GXULQJ QH[W 6/5 UXQ © SAP AG 2006 „ The new functionality is available as of Solution Manager 3.2 with the following Support Packages: • Software component ST 320 .SP 01 • Software component ST-SER − 676(5 BB 63  − 676(5 BB 63  • Software component ST-PI (only UHOHYDQW LI Solution Manager LV XVHG DV Central Monitoring System (CEN)) − 673.

− The SAP Solution Manager retrieves CPH raw data directly from the satellite system. − The CEN doesn’t need to be part of the solution landscape. © SAP AG SM100 d $ 8 # 9 %£b $ y E ‚ D "5F d $ 8 # 9 '@"b $ y E ‚ D `wcFl d $ 8 # 9 %£"b $ y E ‚ D "5l /RFDO &3+ d $ 8 # 9  V m 2x%"bn‰I $ 8 D d $ @2…%bA d $ 8 # 9 %£"b E $ H ! G ! cc'cSQ G D 8 ‚3 D F61 6Fb d $ 8 # 9 %£"b E $ H ! G ! c2''2YQ G FD 1 6Fl 8 ‚3 D 9-28 . • Remote CPH using SAP Solution Manager as CEN − The Solution Manager Systems acts additionally as CEN.7KUHH 0RQLWRULQJ 6FHQDULRV d $ 8 # 9 2@"b E $ H ! G ! c2''2YQ G FD 1 6F 8 ‚3 D 5)& 5HPRWH &3+ 5)& 5)& 5HPRWH &3+  6RO0DQ DV &(1 5)& © SAP AG 2006 „ In general there are three different scenarios supported to use CPH data in the Service Level Reporting: • Local CPH − The source system (satellite) reports its own performance data to its local CPH. − The CEN can be on any of the other satellite systems of the solution landscape. • Remote CPH − The source system (satellite) reports its performance data to a central monitoring system (CEN). − The source system (satellite) reports its performance data to the SAP Solution Manager. − The SAP Solution Manager retrieves CPH raw data from the CEN.

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The CPH should only exist on a central monitoring system (that is. and to output these values in reports to compare the current performance data with its earlier development. especially for the monitoring of Service Level Agreements (SLAs). the system in which the monitoring architecture is configured). • By default. © SAP AG SM100 9-30 . which is insufficient for many tasks. and can freely define the storage period and granularity. ! 5XQ 5=1 UHSRUW  3OXV PLQRU LPSRUWDQW DGGLWLRQDO WKLQJV  © SAP AG 2006 „ 3XUSRVH • The Central Performance History (CPH) allows you to save performance values of the monitoring architecture long-term. performance values are only stored in the Alert Monitor for up to 24 hours. You can store performance values for selected attributes of any systems in the CPH.

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so that SAP support staff can logon to your system. under http://service. © SAP AG SM100 10-32 . The 6HUYLFH &RQQHFWLRQ 2YHUYLHZ function in your Solution Manager system corresponds to the function which you can call in the SAP Support Portal.com/access-support. The Solution Manager exchanges data about service connections and systems with the SAP Support Portal. You can open a service connection for a specified time. using assistants.6LQJOH 3RLQW RI $FFHVV IRU 6XSSRUW SURFHVVHV 6HWXS 6HUYLFH &RQQHFWLRQV „ 'DWD 6\QFKURQL]DWLRQ ZLWK 6$3 6HUYLFH DQG 6XSSRUW 6\VWHPV „ 0DLQWDLQ 6HUYLFH &RQQHFWLRQV „ 0DLQWDLQ 6\VWHP DQG 6HUYHU 'DWD 2SHQ 6HUYLFH &RQQHFWLRQV „ 2SHQ 6\VWHPV YLD 6$3 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU „ 2SHQ 6\VWHPV GLUHFWO\RQ GHPDQG $FFHVV WR &XVWRPHU 6\VWHPV IRU 6$3 6XSSRUW „ 1DYLJDWH WR 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU 'LDJQRVWLFV „ 1DYLJDWH WR 6\VWHPV GLUHFWO\ „ 1DYLJDWH WR 6$3 6ROXWLRQ 0DQDJHU ZLWK 6ROXWLRQ &RQWH[W © SAP AG 2006 „ „ This function sets up service connections to SAP for the systems in your solution.sap.

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Multiple selection of connections and systems is supported for opening and closing. For example the highlighted system SAT has a connection of type R/3 Support. From this screen you can set up a new connection. open a service connection or refuse access for selected system by using the relevant buttons.6HUYLFH &RQQHFWLRQ 2YHUYLHZ  &KDQJH 6HWXS IRU VHOHFWHG V\VWHP  6HOHFW 6\VWHP © SAP AG 2006 „ All systems that are assigned to a Solution are displayed in the overview of Service Connection screen. „ © SAP AG SM100 10-34 . You also see the status of the connections. change an existing connection. From here one can see system and service connections that have been setup.

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„ © SAP AG SM100 11-78 . Observe that team members can only be assigned via the value help. All of this is for documentation purpose only.$VVLJQ 0HPEHUV WR 6XSSRUW 7HDP 0HPEHUV IRU WKH WHDPV DQG WKH PRQLWRULQJ UROHV IRU WKH WHDPV DUH GHILQHG LQ QRGH µ7HDP PRQLWRULQJ WHDP QDPH!¶ .Q WDE µ7HDP 0HPEHUV¶ DVVLJQ PHPEHUV WR WKH PRQLWRULQJ WHDP YLD WKH YDOXH KHOS . For each team you can assign monitoring roles. This is covered in Level 1 of the E2E Training.Q WDE µ0RQLWRULQJ 5ROHV¶ VSHFLI\ WKH UROHV RI HDFK PRQLWRULQJ WHDP © SAP AG 2006 „ „ For the newly created teams you can assign team members. In order to create new members of the support organization you have to go to the Solution Landscape Maintenance in the Operations Setup area of the SAP Solution Manager.

So if you see this flag. go back to the 6ROXWLRQ /DQGVFDSH 0DLQWHQDQFH and change the settings for the business scenario. If the flag 3ODQQHG for the business process is set this means that you can set up the monitoring customizing but you will not be able to really activate the monitoring to get alerts. For each of the business processes maintained in the solution landscape you now have to specify if they or parts of them should be monitored. Details for this can be found in the 1st level of the E2E training. SM100 11-79 .Q QRGH %XVLQHVV 3URFHVVHV FKRRVH ZKLFK RI WKH EXVLQHVV SURFHVVHV GRFXPHQWHG IRU WKH VROXWLRQ VKRXOG EH PRQLWRUHG © SAP AG 2006 „ „ © SAP AG êÙåæêê !ˆ!Ñ22Ù ð öêÙ Ø Ù Û ãÙ Ý îÜæ Û !œ€2í Šô ¦œ€¦Ñ ßê ¦æ ð Ù í E!æ ð Þ Ñ´¡Ù œ Ûå ´”Þ è Ûá á à æ ã à Ú Ü êöê á å ã ÛÜ âà áÙ ¹´2æ ‘Ñ ÛÜ œÞ á ´”Þ 𠝔!œÝ ê Ü Ûá í æ ê Ü ã ¦ˆÞ p2!Ѧ´æ Eá å Ûã Û Ü Ü Û ê ê ´Ü E”Þ á ¦ŠÞ ð ˆå 2 õ ê á ¦Ù 2Ù é á ã ßæ ã”Þ !à Ѧ“î Þ é !Ù ã é ‘´Ñæ Ú êÙ ßæô ß ê á îÜ Û áÙîßæ Û í á Ù Ûô ã ßê ¦æ !Š!22í ˆÜ é !Ù ¡Šî Š¦Þ œì óá í ò å Ûã Û Ü Þ ñ ã Ù U!ÑÙ ¹ï ä ¦Ü E”Þ á ŠŠ¡œ¦ˆì â áÝ êêÙí ã ¦Ù ˆ2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë ãÙâ áí ò 2!¦Ü ¦”´´ê !ÑÙ ¹ï ä å ã Û Ü Þ ñ Ù ÛÚ Ù 2 ÛÜ ˆÞ á ŠŠ¡¦Ü E2œØ î ã ÛÜ 2Ù ˆÞ á ´”Þ ð Ùï á êâ áÝ êêÙí ã ´%Þ Ѧ٠ˆ2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë îÜæ êêÙí ã 2!´Ü Ñ Ñ¦2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë ÙêÞ é !2¦Ü ¦¦†Ñ´ˆÞ vè Ü áæ ÛÜæ ˆ ÛÞ !—ç ˆÑå ã ä á ”ÑŠ´ ˆ ÛÞ ¦à œ¡Ü E!Ø ã Þ â â à Ý Ü á ß Þ Ý Ù ÛÚ Ù )ODJ µ0RQLWRULQJ IRU WKH EXVLQHVV SURFHVVHV \RX ZDQW WR PRQLWRU The business scenario has to be in status 3URGXFWLRQ before you can activate the monitoring for a process.&KRRVH %XVLQHVV 3URFHVV WR EH 0RQLWRUHG .

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for instance if a job cancels. For these. © SAP AG SM100 11-83 . During the monitoring. you don’t have to specify thresholds but instead define which alert should be raised if the status is reached. Some alerts are status alerts. These alerts are raised if a certain status is reached for a technical object. yellow and red (pretty much like a traffic light). alerts can have the statuses green.3HU 0RQLWRULQJ 2EMHFW 'HILQH 7KUHVKROGV 'HILQH WKUHVKROGV IRU WKH PRQLWRULQJ REMHFWV LQ WKH VXEQRGHV WR QRGH %XVLQHVV 3URFHVVHV  %30RQ SURFHVV QDPH!  6WHS VWHS QDPH!  PRQLWRULQJ W\SH! LQ WKH VHVVLRQ WUHH 'HILQH DOHUW WKUHVKROGV © SAP AG 2006 „ „ „ Depending on the monitoring type there are different nodes in the session tree where the alert thresholds can be defined.

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As well as for the monitoring transactions.3HU 0RQLWRULQJ 2EMHFW $VVLJQ 0RQLWRULQJ 85/V . further paths to analyze the problem or a knowledge database in the intranet where you can check for repetitive problems. SM100 11-85 .Q QRGH %XVLQHVV 3URFHVVHV  %30RQ SURFHVV QDPH!  6WHS VWHS QDPH!  0RQLWRULQJ 7UDQVDFWLRQV \RX FDQ DVVLJQ 85/V WR WKH PRQLWRULQJ W\SH WKDW VKRXOG EH XVHG IRU WKH IXUWKHU DQDO\VLV RI SUREOHPV LQ FDVH RI DQ DOHUW © SAP AG 2006 „ „ © SAP AG êÙåæêê !ˆ!Ñ22Ù ð öêÙ Ø Ù Û ãÙ Ý îÜæ Û !œ€2í Šô ¦œ€¦Ñ ßê ¦æ ð Ù í E!æ ð Þ Ñ´¡Ù œ Ûå ´”Þ è Ûá á à æ ã à Ú Ü êöê á å ã ÛÜ âà áÙ ¹´2æ ‘Ñ ÛÜ œÞ á ´”Þ 𠝔!œÝ ê Ü Ûá í æ ê Ü ã ¦ˆÞ p2!Ѧ´æ Eá å Ûã Û Ü Ü Û ê ê ´Ü E”Þ á ¦ŠÞ ð ˆå 2 õ ê á ¦Ù 2Ù é á ã ßæ ã”Þ !à Ѧ“î Þ é !Ù ã é ‘´Ñæ Ú êÙ ßæô ß ê á îÜ Û áÙîßæ Û í á Ù Ûô ã ßê ¦æ !Š!22í ˆÜ é !Ù ¡Šî Š¦Þ œì óá í ò å Ûã Û Ü Þ ñ ã Ù U!ÑÙ ¹ï ä ¦Ü E”Þ á ŠŠ¡œ¦ˆì â áÝ êêÙí ã ¦Ù ˆ2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë ãÙâ áí ò 2!¦Ü ¦”´´ê !ÑÙ ¹ï ä å ã Û Ü Þ ñ Ù ÛÚ Ù 2 ÛÜ ˆÞ á ŠŠ¡¦Ü E2œØ î ã ÛÜ 2Ù ˆÞ á ´”Þ ð Ùï á êâ áÝ êêÙí ã ´%Þ Ѧ٠ˆ2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë îÜæ êêÙí ã 2!´Ü Ñ Ñ¦2!ÑÞ œì êêÙ Ûêà ë ÙêÞ é !2¦Ü ¦¦†Ñ´ˆÞ vè Ü áæ ÛÜæ ˆ ÛÞ !—ç ˆÑå ã ä á ”ÑŠ´ ˆ ÛÞ ¦à œ¡Ü E!Ø ã Þ â â à Ý Ü á ß Þ Ý Ù ÛÚ Ù  $VVLJQ GHOHWH RU LQVHUW 85/V IRU IXUWKHU DQDO\VLV The URLs defined here will appear as direct links from the SAP Solution Manager to the Internet during the handling of the monitoring. i. there is no cross-checking if the entered URLs make sense for the respective monitoring type or if they exist at all.e. enabling you to jump directly from an alert in the Solution Manager into the respective web page where further information regarding the monitoring object could be provided.

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