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What is it ?

SAP is the largest Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution provider. SAP is actually the name of the company, officially SAP AG, based on the phrase Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte in der Datenverarbeitung.

Systems Applications Products in Data Processing (SAP) is a client/server application that helps you manage your business processes in sales, materials management, and distribution. SAP has mainframe and UNIX solutions to support an interface for an EDI subsystem.

The R/3 product is their client-server solution for Enterprise Resource Planning. mySAP.com is the current offering. It is an evolution of R/3 bundled with a number of additional components, as CRM, Business Warehouse plus SAP's middleware platform, SAP NetWeaver.

{2012 wiki} : SAP's products focus on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). The company's main product is SAP ERP. The current version is SAP ERP 6.0 and is part of the SAP Business Suite. Its previous name was R/3. The "R" of SAP R/3 stood for realtime – even though it is not a realtime solution. The number 3 related to the 3-tier architecture: database, application server and client (SAPgui).

SAP ERP is one of five enterprise applications in SAP's Business Suite. The other four applications are:


Products

SAP provides a range of business applications including customer relationship management (CRM), supply chain management (SCM), and product lifecycle management (PLM).

SAP integration overview [*** entry point ***]

The march of the 3-letter acronyms
XI

El XI es la eina de integració de moduls SAP, així com la única via de comunicació amb l'exterior. Parla MQ i JMS amb el "Adapter for (SAP) XI" que porta el MB.

    .--------.           .--------.
    |        |           |        |
    |  SAP   |           |  SAP   |
    |        |           |        |
    .--------.           .--------.
        |                |        |
        |                |   XI   |
        |                |        |
        |                .--------.
        |                    |
        |                    |
  .-----------.        .-----------.
  |           |        |           |
  | Adapter   |        | Adapter   |
  | for mySAP |        | for XI    |
  |           |        |           |
  .-----------.        .-----------.

Detalls XI :

SAP Exchange Infrastructure (SAP XI) enables you to implement cross-system processes. It enables you to connect systems from different vendors (non-SAP and SAP) in different versions and implemented in different programming languages (Java, ABAP, and so on) to each other.


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Mandant (or client)

En una instal·lació d'un sistema SAP es creen el que s'anomena mandant (mandante en castella i client en anglès). En general els mandants comparteixen la instal·lació SAP però no les dades (encara que comparteixen la BD). Quan et logues a un sistema SAP li has de dir a quin mandant (000 i 066 són del propi sistema).

Gracies, Josep !

SAP mandant

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Detalls IDoc

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SAP generates application data in the SAP Intermediate Document (IDoc) layout.

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The connected systems transfer or receive IDocs through their IDoc RFC interface.

IDoc adapter

IDoc concepts (wiki), links, sample,

SAP designed IDocs ("Intermediate Documents") for exactly this purpose -- for encapsulating, moving around, and processing just the sections of data needed for specific purposes.

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IDoc processing message flows

Data distribution SAP to WebSphere MQ: one-way (for IDoc) pattern.
IDoc processing message flows - for each message flow complete the following steps:

  1. Run the Adapter Connection wizard and find the IDoc that you want to process with the message flow. The wizard generates a message set that describes the model for your chosen IDoc.
  2. Create a message flow and add an MQInput node. Also:
    • Set the Queue name property to match the queue to which the IDoc is routed by the IDoc Routing flow.
    • Select DataObject as the message domain.
    • Select the message set that was generated in the previous step.
    • Select SAP ALE IDoc as the message format.
  3. Develop the remainder of the message flow. The incoming IDoc exits the Out terminal of the MQInput node in the same format as if it is the Out terminal of an SAPInput node but with the addition of an MQMD header.
Tamaño IDoc

Un mensaje IDoc ALE típico que se ha enviado desde SAP al enlace WebSphere MQ para R3 consta de una cabecera MQMD, una cabecera MQSAPH y el propio IDoc ALE. El IDoc consta de estructuras de tamaño fijas:

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A typical ALE IDoc message that has been sent from SAP to the WebSphere MQ link for R3 consists of an MQMD header, an MQSAPH header, and the ALE IDoc itself. The IDoc is made up of fixed size structures:

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An IDoc structure contains 1 DC segment and more DD segments. Length of DC is 524 bytes and all DDs are 1063 bytes (version 4 IDoc). The length of your message structure (referenced by DD.segnam) must be 1000 bytes. You have to fill up the DD header. This is very important because DD segnam describes which model the MRM uses. OK, but why 1695 bytes? When you get a simple IDoc from SAP it is 1695 bytes long because: MQSAPH - 108 DC - 524 DD - 1063

MQSAPH fields - 12 parser's ! WS MB Information Center [*****]
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IDoc Control type
10 10 TABNAM Name_of_table_structure 3 MANDT Client 16 DOCNUM IDoc_number 4 DOCREL SAP_Release_for_IDoc 2 STATUS Status_of_IDoc 1 DIRECT Direction_for_IDoc_transmission 1 OUTMOD Output_mode 1 EXPRSS Overriding_in_inbound_processing 1 TEST Test_flag 30 IDOCTYP Name_of_basic_type 30 CIMTYP Extension 30 MESTYP Logical_message_type 3 MESCOD Logical_message_code 3 MESFCT Logical_message_function 1 STD EDI_standard 6 STDVRS Version_of_EDI_standard 6 STDMES EDI_message_type 10 SNDPOR Sender_port 2 SNDPRT Partner_type_of_sender 2 SNDPFC Partner_function_of_sender 10 SNDPRN Partner_number_of_sender 21 SNDSAD IDoc_SADR_fields_in_total_Sender 70 SNDLAD Logical_address_of_sender 10 RCVPOR Receiver_port 2 RCVPRT Partner_type_of_recipient 2 RCVPFC Partner_function_of_recipient 10 RCVPRN Partner_number_of_recipient 21 RCVSAD IDoc_SADR_fields_in_total 70 RCVLAD Logical_address_of_recipient 8 CREDAT IDoc_creation_date 6 CRETIM IDoc_creation_time 14 REFINT Reference_to_interchange_file 14 REFGRP Reference_to_message_group 14 REFMES Reference_to_message 70 ARCKEY EDI_archive_key 20 524 x'20C SERIAL EDI_ALE_Serialization_field 8 532 x'214 DOCTYP IDoc_type

IDoc format/contents : Your best bet to answer this question before someone else does is to use AMQSBCG to dump a message produced by SAP.

Campos de estructura de control (DC)

Todos los campos se deben especificar y establecer. La sintaxis es:

<nombreraiz>.<NombreAnalizador>.<nombrecarpeta>.<nombrecampo>=

Por ejemplo:
SET "OutputRoot"."IDOC"."DC"."docnum" = '0000000000000001' ; /* 03 */ SET "OutputRoot"."IDOC"."DC"."idoctyp" = 'MATMAS01' ; /* 10 */

Los nombres de campo, que se deben especificar en orden, son:

1) tabnam 2) mandt 3) docnum 4) docrel 5) status 6) direct 7) outmod 8) exprss 9) test 10) idoctyp 11) cimtyp 12) mestyp 13) mescod 14) mesfct 15) std 16) stdvrs 17) stdmes 18) sndpor 19) sndprt 20) sndpfc 21) sndprn 22) sndsad 23) sndlad 24) rcvpor 25) rcvprt 26) rcvpfc 27) rcvprn 28) rcvsad 29) rcvlad 30) credat 31) cretim 32) refint 33) refgrp 34) refmes 35) arckey 36) serial

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Transactions to create and process IDocs
The following transactions can be used to create and process IDocs. The list does not include any transaction required for the development of new IDoc types. Please note that you get a comprehensive list of available transactions by using area menu WEDI.
Obtenció del iDOC (we60)

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Consejo: El SupportPac IA0F contiene una descripción más detallada de los pasos que hay para crear el modelo de mensaje IDoc.

Importació del IDoc al Toolkit

Quan establim un conector SAP, importem un(s) IDoc(s). Es guarden al Toolkit en forma de fitxers .mxsd.

Managing IDoc's

See Manipulating messages in the IDoc domain - url url
Also from SAP IDoc to XML and viceversa - mqseries.net Utilice el ejemplo de ESQL siguiente desde un nodo Compute:

SET OutputRoot = InputRoot; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DC[1].tabnam = 'EDI_DC40 '; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[2].sdatatag.MRM.maktx = 'Buzzing all day';

La primera línea del código copia el IDoc de entrada en el IDoc de salida.
La segunda línea establece el nombre de tabla de la primera DC.
La tercera línea utiliza el segundo segmento DD, que en este ejemplo es de tipo E2MAKTM001, y establece el campo maktx.

XMP to IDoc
SET OutputRoot.Properties.MessageDomain = 'MRM' ; SET OutputRoot.Properties.MessageSet = 'PMFK4RK002001' ; SET OutputRoot.Properties.MessageType = 'z2ddrrt000' ; SET OutputRoot.Properties.MessageFormat = 'CWF' ; SET OutputRoot.MQMD.Format = 'MQSTR' ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.fn_code = InputBody.EAI_HEADER.CODE ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.order_nmbr = InputBody.CREATE.ORDER_NMBR ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.d_num = InputBody.CREATE.D_NMBR ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.ad_nmbr = ' ' ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.ad_flag = InputBody.CREATE.FLAG ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.email = InputBody.CREATE.EMAIL ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.error_code = InputBody.EAI_HEADER.RESULT_CODE ; SET OutputRoot.IDOC.DD[1].sdatatag.MRM.pad906 = ' ' ;

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SAP APIs

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ABAP - programming language, similar to Java, used to access SAP database.

Access to BAPI from MB

A BAPI is a ABAP program that has been made visible to external world.

Send an IDoc to another SAP using ALE
  1. create a custom IDoc and Message Type
    1. create segments – transaction WE31
    2. create Basic IDoc type – transaction WE30
    3. create/Assign Message type – transactions WE81/WE82
  2. configure Outbound settings
    1. define Logical Systems and Assign Client to Logical System – transaction SALE
    2. maintain RFC Destinations – transaction SM59
    3. define Ports – transaction WE21
    4. maintain Distribution Model – transaction BD64
    5. generate/Create Partner Profile – transactions BD82/WE20
    6. distribute Model View – transaction BD64
  3. write an Outbound IDoc Generation Program - create an executable program ZRZ_ORDER_IDOC in SE38.
  4. write Inbound Function Module to post Inbound IDoc - in the receiving system, create a function module Z_IDOC_INPUT_ZRZSO_MT using SE37.
  5. configure Inbound settings
    1. define Logical Systems – transaction SALE
    2. assign Client to Logical System – transaction SALE
    3. maintain RFC Destinations – transaction SM59
    4. define Ports – transaction WE21
    5. generate/Create Partner Profile – transactions BD82/WE20
    6. assign Function Module to Logical message – transaction WE57
    7. define Input method for Inbound Function Module – transaction BD51
    8. create a Process Code – transaction WE42
  6. test ALE scenario to transmit data between systems distributed across the network
    1. on the sender system, execute the IDoc Generation Program. Check the status of IDoc using transaction WE02.
    2. check the status of the IDoc in the receiver system using transaction WE02. You can also check the contents of DDic tables to make sure that the records have been created in the receiver system.

Part 1, part 2, part 3.

Step-by-step guide to ALE and IDocs

Page 1, page 2, page 3, page 4, page 5, page 6, page 7, page 8.


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SAP and BI
.--------.-------. .------.---------. .-----------------------------------. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | MQ | XI | | | Domino | Agent | <-----> | MB | Adapter | <-----> | Link | eXchange | SAP | | | | | | | | for R/3 | Infrastructure | | | | | | | | | | .--------.-------. .------.---------. .-----------------------------------.

The R3/Link product consists of an inbound server, reading IDocs from an input queue and passing them into SAP, and an outbound server, reading IDocs from SAP and writing them to an output queue. Both these apps run on the MQ machine, and make a TCP connection to the SAP system using SAP RFC calls.

MQ Series link for R/3 User Guide

MQ Series link for R/3 User Guide (on-line)

MQ Series Link for R/3 v 1.2 CSD03

Preguntes

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SAP Adapter ubication
.------.---------. .--------. | | | | | | | SAP | (1) | | | MB | Adapter | <----------> | SAP | (1) XML sobre HTTP usando JCO RFC [1] | | | | | | | | | | .------.---------. .--------. .------. .---------.--------. | | | | | | | (2) | SAP | | | MB | <----------> | Adapter | SAP | (2) BAPI XML sobre MQ, o IDoc sobre MQ. JMS | | | | | | | | | | .------. .---------.--------.

What is RFC ? Remote Function Call
ICS had a "RFC trace" - does MB have anything similar ?

David : the adapter uses JCO to access LIBRFC32.DLL, the RFC API.

Yo prefiero el JCA adapter que viene con Broker 6.1 [emir]

Toolkit [6.1] + "SAP" ; [int]


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SAP nodes licences

You get everything in the standard version and you are allowed to use them in "unit test" but to use them for real you have to pay an additional license fee for the sap nodes (they have a pid I believe). Their sales person should be able to work out a price. From the technical side nothing else has to be installed. In fact there is no direct checking or enforcement on our part in the code.
Regards, John.
John Reeve, WebSphere Message Broker Developer


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Interacting with a SAP application

To interact with an SAP application, you have to :

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Adding external software dependencies for SAP

SAP delivered files:

  • sapjco.jar
  • sapjcorfc.dll or libsapjcorfc.so
  • librfc32.dll or librfccm.so

Atenció : V3 requires ... [/]

  • sapjco3.jar
  • sapjco3.dll

v7 & v8 : els fitxers son "SAPJco 3.0.3" per MB7, i "SAPJco 3.0.8" per MB8.

Download these files for your operating system from the SAP Service Marketplace, and save them to a directory, such as C:\SAP_LIB.

Set the location of the SAP prerequisite files using the following command:

C:\SAP_LIB> mqsichangeproperties MB7 -c EISProviders -o SAP -n jarsURL -v C:\SAP_LIB BIP8071I: El mandato ha finalizado correctamente. C:\SAP_LIB> mqsichangeproperties MB7 -c EISProviders -o SAP -n nativeLibs -v C:\SAP_LIB BIP8071I: El mandato ha finalizado correctamente.

To check that the values have been set correctly, run the following command:

c:\SAP_LIB> mqsireportproperties MB7 -c EISProviders -o SAP -r EISProviders SAP jarsURL='C:\SAP_LIB' nativeLibs='C:\SAP_LIB' BIP8071I: El mandato ha finalizado correctamente.

MB v 6.1 "Message Flows", page 236 [244/1580]

Otherwise, we get:

c:\SAP_LIB> mqsireportproperties MB7 -c EISProviders -o SAP -r EISProviders SAP jarsURL='default_Path' nativeLibs='default_Path' BIP8071I: El mandato ha finalizado correctamente.

SAP JCO error


Error : no connection while deploying SAP nodes to MB

If we have no connection to SAP at deploy time, we get :

SAP conn error


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Configuring the SAP server to work with the adapter

Before you configure the WebSphere® Adapter for SAP Software for Application Link Enabling (ALE) processing, you must :

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Daniel Tabuenca

Connecting to an EIS by using the Adapter Connection wizard

A message flow application that uses one of the WebSphere Adapters requires the following resources:

The Adapter Connection wizard creates these resources automatically.

The following steps describe how to connect to an EIS.

  1. switch to the Broker Application Development perspective.
  2. click File > New > Adapter Connection. The Adapter Connection wizard opens. When you have completed the steps in the wizard, the specified message set project contains a message set with a message type for each business object that is to be used, and the specified message flow project references the message set project
  3. ensure that a message flow is open in the Message Flow editor so that the message flow canvas is available.
  4. in the Broker Development view, expand the folders beneath the message set until you see the adapter component, which has a suffix of inadapter or outadapter.
  5. drag the adapter component onto the message flow canvas. The component appears as a message flow node.
  6. configure the node, as decribed here

SAP configurable services

To display all SAPConnection configurable services, use the WebSphere Message Broker Explorer, or the mqsireportproperties command, as shown:

c:\> mqsireportproperties MB7 -c SAPConnection -o AllReportableEntityNames -r SAPConnection Template RFCTraceLevel='' RFCTraceOn='' RFCTracePath='' SAPSystemID='' applicationServerHost='' assuredOnceDelivery='' client='' gatewayHost='' gatewayService='' loadBalancing='' logonGroup='' messageServerHost='' numberOfListeners='' retryConnectionOnStartup='' retryInterval='' retryLimit='' rfcProgramID='' sharedTidStoreClientDefinitionFile='' sharedTidStoreQmgr='' systemNumber='' BIP8071I: El mandato ha finalizado correctamente.

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SAP nodes

SAP Connectivity sample.

SAP_Input = read from SAP
SAP input node

The SAPInput node is used to capture information (for example an IDoc) that is output by the SAP system, so that it can be passed to a message flow for processing.

The SAPInput node allows you to interact with SAP applications. For example, the SAPInput node monitors an SAP system for any new purchase orders. When a new purchase order occurs, the SAPInput node generates a message tree that represents the business object with the new purchase order details. The message tree is propagated to the Out terminal so that the rest of the message flow can use the data to update other systems, or to audit the changes.

MB v 6.1 "Message Flows", page 996 [1004/1580]

When you get a message, try it this way

  1. copy the Properties folder
  2. create the MQMD and then set any properties you might need in the MQMD
  3. copy the Data

Have you looked at the data coming into the flow with a trace node ? This will help you name the folders correctly ( get a trace of the root : Pattern := "${Root}" )

SAP_Request = write to SAP
SAP request node

The SAPRequest node is used to send information to the SAP system and retrieve the response from SAP. In this sample message flow, SAPRequest nodes are used to invoke remote functions in SAP (BAPIs).

The SAPRequest node allows you to interact with SAP applications. For example, the SAPRequest node requests information from a SAP Enterprise Information System (EIS). A customer business object is sent to SAP, causing SAP to retrieve information about a customer, such as an address and account details. The response information that is retrieved by the SAPRequest node can then be used by the rest of the message flow. The SAPRequest node can send and receive business data.

MB v 6.1 "Message Flows", page 1000 [1008/1580]

SAP_Reply

Descripció general: use the SAPReply node to send a reply to an SAP synchronous callout. Use this node with an SAPInput node to implement a message flow application that acts as a remote function call (RFC) destination.

Detall: a SAP program can call functions on remote RFC servers. These functions can be called asynchronously or synchronously, where they must provide a reply. A message flow can act as an RFC destination and receives the function call through the SAPInput node. When the function is called synchronously, use the SAPReply node to send a reply back.

SAP samples in MB toolkit

Under "Transports and Connectivity", you can find:


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Instalar el conector JCA (WMB 6.1) de SAP plataforma AIX
SAP Inbound Adapter Configuration

Inbound adapters allow data to be passed from the EIS system to the MB.

Inbound parms
SAP Outbound Adapter Configuration

Outbound adapters allow data to be passed from the MB to the EIS system.

Outbound parms
SAP RFC trace settings
RFC trace parms
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Toolkit samples

Open

  1. Help
  2. Samples gallery
  3. Technology samples
  4. Message Broker
  5. Transports and connectivity
  6. SAP connectivity
  7. 2 samples : Input & Request.

Information Center - MB tkt v7 :

  1. MB v 7.0.0.2 - url
  2. developing message flow applications - url
  3. connecting client applications - url
  4. using websphere adapters - url
  5. developing applications by using websphere adapters - url
  6. interacting with an SAP application - url.

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Lee Hollingdale

The Object Discovery Agent (ODA) and Bussiness Object Designer (BOD) are two design-time tools that can be used to extract metadata from the target system - in this case, SAP.

The ODA is the connector-specific component that connects to the targer system and then waits for requests to obtain metadata. The BOD connects to the ODA and requests metedata from it. The BOD displays the data returned, allowing the user to edit it if they wish, and then saves this metadata as XML schemas (.xsd files).

The ODA acts as an intermediary between BOD and SAP, and is used to extract IDoc metadata from the target SAP system.

ALE & IDoc

RFC & BAPI

SAP and WBI MB Integration for Dummies v0.pdf (\\T400\WS-BI-MB\SAP\Emir\) 
SAP and WebSphere Message Broker Integration for Beginners v1.2.pdf (\\T400\WS-BI-MB\SAP\Emir\)  


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MQ SAP link

The IBM MQSeries Link for SAP R/3 allows us to both put and get data into and out of SAP R/3 from and to other data sources and legacy applications. It consists of three parts:

The MQSeries SAP Link uses ALE to load SAP IDoc metadata into the MQSeries Integrator Formatter. This means that it can handle bidirectional IDoc formats.
A library of IDocs is provided and additional or customized IDocs can be loaded dynamically into the Formatter via the IDoc loader.

Using the MQSeries Integrator Version 1.0 , SG24-5386-00


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SAP data required by ODA
MB v 6.1 & SAP

v 6.1 adapters : configure BAPI, configure ALE, etc etc (education assistent)

Wizard

Generates :

High-level steps :

Adapter Connection Wizard can be invoked from :

WMB61_Beta_Adapters.ppt

Adapter Connection wizard

The Adapter Connection wizard creates the following resources in the Toolkit:

Once these resources are deployed to broker runtime via BAR file, the broker uses the same resources to connect to SAP

Broker runtime also gets some details from SAP configurable service

Integrating MB V7 with SAP, Vivek Grover. \\T400\WS-BI-MB\SAP\WSTE-04082010-IntegratingWMBV7withSAP-Grover.pdf


SAP ODA

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miniSAP

Una forma sencilla de aprender y practicar ABAP es instalar MiniSAP. MiniSAP es un release 4.6D de SAP totalmente funcional durante 1 mes (ampliable 90 días más) con el que practicar la creación de Reports, ALVs, módulos de función, Module Pool, etc.
It is a downscaled version of SAP system without the SAP applications (FI, CO, MM, SD, HR etc.). Very helpful to those who are just starting to learn ABAP.

Requires : "SDN User id" & "Hardware key (HWID)"

Install How-To. Description, download & License Key

Working on http://www.sap.com/minisap page.


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SAP Transaccions list

Few transactions I've found :


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Benchmarks

IBM has announced a world-record 4-processor result on Linux on the two-tier SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) standard application benchmark. This new result was achieved on the IBM System x 3850 X5, running IBM DB2 9.7 and Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, and SAP enhancement package 4 for the SAP ERP application Release 6.0. Among the notable details of the benchmark, the x3850 X5 achieved 12,560 SAP SD benchmark users with 0.99 seconds average dialog response time, 68,580 SAPS, measured throughput of 4,115,000 dialog steps per hour (or 1,371,670 fully processed line items per hour), and an average CPU utilization of 98% for the central server. The x3850 X5’s result beats the previous-best four-processor result of 12,204 SAP SD benchmark users on Linux achieved by the HP ProLiant DL580 G7.

The x3850 X5 was configured with four Intel Xeon E7-8870 processors at 2.40GHz with 30MB shared L3 cache per processor (4 processors/40 cores/80 threads), 512GB of memory, 64-bit DB2 9.7, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.2, and SAP enhancement package 4 for SAP ERP 6.0. The server accessed the DB2 9.7 database on an IBM System Storage DS4800 disk system.

For the latest SAP benchmark results, visit http://www.sap.com/benchmark.


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SAP GUI

SAP GUI is SAP's universal client for accessing SAP functionality in SAP applications such as - SAP ERP, SAP Business Suite (SAP CRM, SAP SCM and SAP PLM), SAP Business Intelligence and so on. SAP GUI functions like a browser. It gets information from the SAP server like what, where, when and how, to display contents in its window. All members of the SAP GUI family have unique attributes that make them especially suited for different user environments.

download it here.

Dades que ens calen

Per entrar al SAP via SAG GUI, ens cal :

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Ports

It uses local:2232 and remote:3200


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Tips & Tricks

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Links
RedBooks
Migrating the MQSeries Link for R3 to the MB Adapter Nodes for SAP
Integrating MB V7 with SAP: webcast.
ABAP wiki
SAP tricks IDocs.
Insight SAP : Using SAPGUI, logon to SAP and execute transaction SM51 = Instance Overview.
SAP (free) tutorial
SAP learning guides
SAP Java Connector
Education Assistant : intro to SAP technology : 6 { video + PDF }
Mind uSoft "Dynamics"

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