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Date of Issue Date of Issue Designation/Role-Department Email ID Location of Change Initial Document Use t-code ->SMSY ->select Server ->right click ->select Create New Server.3 Version Prepared by Name Reviewed by Approved by Customer Approval Document History Version No. .
.4 Create a New Database. We will get the database details by default on the right hand side.
.5 Create a new Product System with Assistant A wizard opens. Provide the details as per request.
6 Select the Product Instance. Provide with the System Number(Instance) and the relevant Message Server .
Select “Trusted System RFC connection”.7 Specify the client Run the wizard for creating RFC connections. .
8 Create RFC-users of type-system for Read Access and for Change Request Management with required authorizations. In OPTION select -> Use existing user for incoming RFCs .
9 Check that the RFC’s are configured successfully. .
10 Check the RFC’s for the required solution. Third wizard would run for creation of LOGICAL component .
11 Assign with logical component.its role and the client. .
to start configuring the selected logical system. • • In the table Technical Systems. For ABAP systems. In this step. expand the chosen system and select a logical system (combination of system and client). you can configure ABAP or non-ABAP systems. on the hierarchy level below. Choose Configure System. . A Guided Procedure to configure managed systems then starts. you can also create RFC connections. In the case of ABAP.12 Go to transaction SOLMAN_SETUP ->Managed System Configuration and select revelent system type. select a structure node.
• TMW Destination To manage change requests. in the Initial Configuration. . you must enter your password again. To create this connection. To create the connection with this user. • Trusted Destination For dialog access to the managed system without logon. automatically. in both systems. Once you select another option. for the EarlyWatch Alert. For more information. the Service Data Control Center (SDCCN) is activated. Give the user credentials of both managed and managing sytems and it would create required RFCs You can create several RFC connections per managed system. Ensure that the user in the managed system has this authorization. Enter an administration user with a password for SAP Solution Manager and for the managed system. for example. By default. which. the system creates the following RFC connections. • Login Destination For dialog access to the managed system.13 Select the revelent client to configure the manager system configuration. • BACK Destination Returns information to SAP Solution Manager. This user needs the authorization S_RFCACL. you can select the administration user freely again. you need the same user in the managed system as in the source system. In addition. with logon. which is not in SAP_ALL. The system assigns this authorization to the administration user in SAP Solution Manager. use a technical user of type System: • READ Destination For the basic SAP Solution Manager functions. apart from the trusted and the logon connections. see the Security Guide for SAP Solution Manager.
Follow the IMG documentation and configure as per requirement. change the Execution Status in the Execution Status column. Note: Not all of these configuration activities are required for each system type. • You can log the manual activity. and choose Save.14 Open URL for the diagnostics prerequisites In this step. to only perform the activity selected in the table. • When the activity has been performed. under Manual Activities. if there is one. you can display the documentation with Display in the IMG Documentation column. Choose Execute Selected. • Choose Execute All. • If the activity to be performed is documented in the IMG. in the IMG Documentation column. the system automatically checks the prerequisites for the configuration of diagnostics. • To perform a check manually. click on the button in the Navigation column. if there is one. to Performed. and deactivate an automatic activity. click on it in the Navigation column. in the Execution Status column Manual configuration activities are required. • To perform an activity. to perform all checks. • To display information about a check. click on Display under Automatic Activities. .
Requirements Default Settings Activities Go to the Agent Administration by http://>SOLMANHOST>:<SOLMANPORT>/smd/go/ADMIN_AGENT And assign an Agent via the Agent Candidates Management. SMD View This view allows checking the list of SMD Agent registered to SLD and already connected to the Managing System.15 Open the url of Assign diagnostic agent and click on agent candidate management. If an error message appears. In this case the SMD Agent has the status called “candidate”. This view provides different information as: • Agent name • IP Address • Uptime Last Connection • Status • SLD Setting • Push SLD Setting Link The “SLD Settings” column displays the connection settings used by the Agent to connect to the SLD. If the value is empty. • A column names “Associated To” gives the name of the system. The Push SLD Setting Link allows sending the SLD settings to the SMD Agent. the SMD agent is bound to. the agent must be connected to the Solution Manager. At this point. If no SMD Agents are registered to the SLD the list is empty. This tool opens a new window and connects by default to the SLD using the connection settings declared via the “SLD Data Supplier Service” of the managing system: • If those settings are missing (or inconsistent). it means that the SMD agent is not yet attached to a system. In order to use a Diagnostics Agent that has been automatically installed with a SAP Net Weaver system installation based on Service Release-3 or later. Click on Apply" Button. Select "Custom SLD Connection Parameters" check box and enter the connection information of the production SLD to which the SMD Agents are registered. • A “State” icon gives the current status of the SMD Agent. Skip this step otherwise. a message is displayed with the corresponding error message. two tabs are available: • SLD View • SMD View SLD View The SLD View displays information retrieved from the SLD. How to bind a candidate SMD Agent . A table displays the list of SMD Agent Candidates. check your current SLD settings • If the connection to SLD succeeds the “Managing System Information” group displays information retrieved from the SLD about the managing system itself.
Give the details of SLD of solution manager . As soon as it detects that the association has been changed the SLD state is updated and the registration should proceed. It depends on settings which are set on the SMD Agent side. select one of the candidate SMD Agents. Once the registration is over the agent is visible in the regular Agent Administration UI and its state in the list of candidates is (associated). Agent reconnection may require waiting several minutes. • SMD Agent connects itself to the SAP Solution Manager. A new frame is displayed in the bottom of the screen. • The information is automatically send to the SMD Agents when pressing the apply button. It allows to provide the User and Password to connect to the SAP Solution Manager.16 On the SLD View tab.
17 Attach the SMD agent to managed system .
.18 Manually change the status to “performed”.
.19 Open the URL for DBA cockpit and give the details of database. Provide with the service name and database administrator details.
As it is ABAP stack Manual configuration activities are required.20 Manually change the status to “performed”. • If the activity to be performed is documented in the IMG. you can display the documentation with Display in the IMG Documentation column. • To perform an activity. under Manual Activities. if there is one. . click on it in the Navigation column.
Note: Not all of these configuration activities are required for each system type. The IMG documentation tells you whether you must perform the configuration.21 • When the activity has been performed. to Performed. change the Execution Status in the Execution Status column. and choose Save. .
change the Execution Status in the Execution Status column. you can display the documentation with Display in the IMG Documentation column. • To perform an activity.24 Manual configuration activities are required. to Performed. The IMG documentation tells you whether you must perform the configuration . and choose Save. if there is one. Note: Not all of these configuration activities are required for each system type. under Manual Activities. click on it in the Navigation column. • If the activity to be performed is documented in the IMG. • When the activity has been performed.
you see all usable logical components. choose Create New Logical Component. for example. In accordance with the use of the system. assign this system to a system role. If no suitable logical component is available. and use the input help to assign the system in the columns of the system roles. in which the Product Version and Main Instance are already pre assigned. quality assurance. • . enter a Description for the new logical component. such as Quality Assurance System. The system creates a new row in the assignment table. In the new row. use this step to assign the selected system to one or more logical components. To save all entries.25 To use your system in solutions and projects. • • • • Based on the product version of the selected System. choose Save Logical Components.