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SAP Best Practices Installation (100)
Building Block Configuration Guide

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These are words or characters that you enter in the system exactly as they appear in the documentation. titles of graphics and tables. function keys (such as F2) or the ENTER key. names of variables and parameters as well as names of installation. screen titles.SAP Best Practices SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide Icons Icon Meaning Caution Example Note Recommendation Syntax External Process Business Process Alternative/Decision Choice Typographic Conventions Type Style Example text Description Words or characters that appear on the screen. table names. for example. upgrade and database tools. Variable user entry. Screen output. Pointed brackets indicate that you replace these words and characters with appropriate entries. paths and options. source code. SELECT and INCLUDE. when surrounded by body text. messages. transaction codes. for example. Names of elements in the system. Exact user entry. Cross-references to other documentation. Example text EXAMPLE TEXT Example text <Example text> © SAP AG Page 3 of 8 . and individual key words of a programming language. These include field names. program names. These include report names. pushbuttons as well as menu names. This includes file and directory names and their paths. Keys on the keyboard. Example text EXAMPLE TEXT Emphasized words or phrases in body text.

..........6 3 Client Maintenance....1.........1..........................................5 1........................................................................................5 2.............................8 © SAP AG Page 4 of 8 ............................2 Maintaining Forms of Address........5 1......................................................................................3 Confirmation of Euro Currency Customizing..................1 Checking Logon Language....1 Creating Logical System...........................................................................................................................................................................2 Setting Decimal Notation and Date Format..................7 3...........................7 3....................................................................................................................................................................7 3.........5 2 User Settings................................................1.........................7 3.......................1 Enabling SAP-Scripting........................................................................2 Checking Currency............................................1 Prerequisites.................................2 Maintaining Client Settings.............................5 2.........1.5 1 Preparation...1 Client Settings......................................................................................................................5 1........................................................................................1............................................................................................................................................SAP Best Practices SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide Contents SAP Best Practices Installation....................5 1............

Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30 SAP Netweaver → General Settings → Currencies → Check Currency Codes 2.1. Ensure that you meet the recommended prerequisites.SAP Best Practices SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide SAP Best Practices Installation 1 Preparation Before the installation of the building block. complete the following activities: • • Read the Quick Guide document delivered with the specific SAP Best Practices for SAP Business All-in-One installation.1. 1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu EWCF n/a 2. 1. 2 User Settings 2. while others are automated in the installation role. some preparatory activities must be performed. On the Change View Currencies: Overview screen. and choose Display.1 Prerequisites Before starting the installation.2 Checking Logon Language Checking Currency The logon language has to be EN.1 1. Enter V_CURC in the Table/View field.1 Enabling SAP-Scripting Use © SAP AG Page 5 of 8 . Procedure 1. 3. Check the Euro Currency Customizing.3 Confirmation of Euro Currency Customizing Procedure 1. Some of these activities can only be performed manually.1. The currency table must have entries for all currencies that occur in your business transactions. check the currency entries for completeness. 1. All of these activities are described on the following pages.

The value for Enable or disable user scripting on the front-end has to be set to true. The standard printer has been defined. Make sure that the Date Format is set up according to your country’s default.89.2 Setting Decimal Notation and Date Format Use Perform this activity to set up the installation user ID.SAP Best Practices SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide To allow eCATT processing. On the Maintain Profile Parameters screen. for example. 3. 1. Procedure 1. 6. Make sure that Decimal Notation is set up according to your country’s default. for example. Procedure 1. Save your settings. YYYY. When the complete installation procedure is finished. On the Display Profile Parameters Attributes screen. like. Field name Description New Value User action and values TRUE Save change Note Enable SAP Scripting Note 2. make the following entries: Field name PARANAME Description Profile parameter name User action and values sapgui/user_scripting Display 3.234. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code System User Profile → Own Data SU3 2. 4. 5.DD. Make sure to assign your printer in the field output device. Choose the Defaults tab strip. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu RZ11 n/a 2. 7. like.567.MM. you may change these values as desired. make the following entries. select Change values. the profile parameter sapgui/user_scripting has to be set. 4. Result The decimal notation and date format have been set up according to your country specific format. On the Change Parameter Value screen. © SAP AG Page 6 of 8 . The recommended entry for the installation is LP01.

3.1 Use Creating Logical System The logical system identifies the client within a system for you. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SCC4 Client Overview n/a 2.1. make the following entry: Log. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: Transaction code IMG menu SM30. Procedure 1. table V_TBDLS n/a 2.SAP Best Practices SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide 3 Client Maintenance 3. System>. USD. like XYZCLNT999 3.System <Log. Note © SAP AG Page 7 of 8 . Procedure 1. On the Display View: Clients: Overview screen. 4. On the Change View Logical Systems2 screen. Select your current client.1. and choose Details. GBP and so on. Save the settings. switch to the change mode.2 Use Maintaining Client Settings You need to maintain the client settings to ensure that the implementation activities to implement your solution are supported. Name <your logical System description> 3. Maintain the following settings: Field name ORT01 LOGSYS MWAER CCCATEGORY Description City Logical System Std Currency Client Role User action and values <Your Location> Select the logical system of the current client Select the currency of your country Customizing Defined before Like EUR.1 Client Settings Use You need to make certain client settings to ensure that the environment for the implementation has been set up correctly. 3.

3. Procedure 1. 3. On the New Entries: Overview of Added Entries screen.SAP Best Practices Field name CCCOR_ACTV SAP Best Practices Installation (100): Configuration Guide Description Automatic Recording of Changes Cross-Client Object Changes User action and values select Note CCNOCLIIND Changes to Cross-Client Customizing and Repository Objects allowed 5.2 Maintaining Forms of Address Use The address company is added for further selection in maintaining address data of companies. On the Change View Titles (Business Address Services): Overview screen. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options: SAP ECC menu Transaction code IMG menu Tools → Customizing → IMG → Execute Project SPRO Cross Application Components → SAP Business Partner → Business Partner → Basic Settings → Forms of Address → Maintain Forms of Address 2. make the following entries: Field name TITLE TITLE_MEDI Person ORGANIZATN Description Key Title Person Organization User action and values 1003 Company Select Select Save Note © SAP AG Page 8 of 8 . Save your settings. select New Entries.

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