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What SAP tools you use to install SAP patches? What is the significance of ODS in BIW? Hi Al I have a small querry in SAP there are different type of Users one of them is System User I want to know why the system user is created and if created what is use of them and how they are associated with the Dialogue User ,As we all know Dialogue user can perform all work in Sap by logging in the sap server , so why the system user is created and how they are associated with Dialogue user With Rgds Can BW run without a SAP R/3 implementation? Name some drawbacks of SAP? How you will do client copy? If SAP * user is not available at all in your system then how u will do client copy? What is Consolidation route and delivery routes? How to define Logon groups? And what is Logon load balancing? What is Transport domain and Domain controller? Can you create a table with fields not referring to data elements? What is SAP R/3? What is the difference Between Role and Profile If a user wants to execute a background job immediately but there is no Background work process available. How u will do? What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? What should be the approach for writing a BDC program? what is the difference between SAP AND ASAP What is Bex? Explain the concept of ?Business Content? in SAP Business Information Warehouse? What are Homogenous system copy and Heterogeneous system copy and how you will do that? Why do you usually choose to implement SAP? What is ERP? i work on sap 4.6c sap r/3,what happens is my sap mmc starts up,database startsup,message server startsup and also the dispatcher,but all the

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workprocess remain in running state,and they never come to waiting state? Can anyone help me out?
The application layer of an R/3 System is made up of the application servers and the message server. Application programs in an R/3 System are run on application servers. The application servers communicate with the presentation components, the database, and also with each other, using the message server. All the data are stored in a centralized server. This server is called database server.

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Re: What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? The presentation server in 0 Thinakar
the netweaver architecture is the portal server.

In the previous versions, it was the message server that the sapgui cliets would talk to posting requests to the dispatcher. ITS came in and enabled the presentation to the web. IN nw04 stages, the ITS was complemented with nw04 and nw04s.

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Re: What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? presentation server is the 0 Rabinesh
server which directly handle

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the sap user(gui) it collect the requirment from end users and send it to the data base layer for the response of that,where data base server is the main server which have all the data information and tables, application server is situated b/w both,presentation and database server and it provides interfacing b/w the database & presentation server. so it is called as sap r/3, but now a new concept is introduced that is netweaver concept, in which a new layer is introduced that is internet layer.

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Re: What are homogeneous copy and heterogeneous copy and how you will do that? how to impot the OSS notes? What is OCS how to apply OCS patches? ABAP service pack level can found in SPAM, but how to find the java stack level? Homogeneous copy is done when the source and target system are on the same OS and Databse. Heterogeneous Copy is done when the source and target system differ either in OS or Database. Any ONE difference needs a heterogeneous copy. Homogenous copy is done by export/import technique. Heterogenous copy is done by system migration. It is same as export/import except that it will ask for target OS and DB type and needs a key to be entered. OSS notes are applied using T-code SNOTE.

Java stack level can be found at http://hostname.domain.com/5<system no.>00 goto system info to find the java stack level.
first of all go with t-code 'stms' then 'tranport overview' then creat system either virtual or external for the quality system and production system, if developement is showing there then creat only qua & prod but if developement is not there, then go with client '000' and login with sap*, then 'stms' and creat from here all the three, and do according to the above procedure and after making all three go through 'transport routs' then configuration, & then three system in a group, now give the name of three group, and save it and activate it throughout

the system.now transport management system is configured. Re: What is Consolidation route and delivery routes? How to define Logon groups? And what is Logon load balancing? What is Transport domain and Domain controller? Answer In the landscape after releasing a request from #2
your development server is where going to consolidate(target system) is called consolidate route.This is generally quality server. After consolidate server this request is import into production or delivery system.so route between quality and production server is called delivery route. Through transaction SUGR we can create group. when ever load on application server is increased you need to add one more aplication server reducing the load. What ever the installed systems in the landscape is called domain.In the landscape for configurin the TMS you need to configure one system as a domain controller.Domain controller nothing but which is having configuration copies of other systems.

Re: What are homogeneous copy and heterogeneous copy and how you will do that? how to impot the OSS notes? What is OCS how to apply OCS patches? ABAP service pack level can found in SPAM, but how to find the java stack level? Answer Homogeneous copy is done when the source # 1 and target system
are on the same OS and Databse.

Heterogeneous Copy is done when the source and target system differ either in OS or Database. Any ONE difference needs a heterogeneous copy. Homogenous copy is done by export/import technique. Heterogenous copy is done by system migration. It is same as export/import except that it will ask for target OS and DB type and needs a key to be entered. OSS notes are applied using T-code SNOTE. Java stack level can be found at http://hostname.domain.com/5<system no.>00 goto system info to find the java stack level.

Re: What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? Answer The application layer of an R/3 0 System is made up of the #1
application servers and the message server. Application programs in an R/3 System are run on application servers. The application servers communicate with the presentation components, the database, and also with each other, using the message server. All the data are stored in a centralized server. This server is called database server.

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Re: What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? Answer The presentation server in the 0 Thinakar # 2 netweaver architecture is the
portal server. In the previous versions, it was the message server that the sapgui cliets would talk to posting requests to the dispatcher. ITS came in and enabled the presentation to the web. IN nw04 stages, the ITS was complemented with nw04 and nw04s.

Re: What are presentation, application and database servers in SAP R/3? Answer presentation server is the server handle the # 3 which directlyit collect the sap user(gui)
requirment from end users and send it to the data base layer for the response of that,where data base server is the main server which have all the data information and tables, application server is situated b/w both,presentation and database server and it provides interfacing b/w the database & presentation server. so it is called as sap r/3, but now a new concept is introduced that is netweaver concept, in which a new layer is introduced that is internet layer. What are the differences between system fresh and client fresh?What is supplementation language? How to transport from uses from one client to another?Can SAP patches be installed when other users are online?

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Re: What are the differences between system fresh and client fresh?What is supplementation language? How to transport from uses from one client to another?Can SAP patches be installed when other users are online?
RE: What is the exact difference between Transaction C... SE09 is the transaction code for workbench organiser.Workbench organiser is the set of utilities for development change management.All Development changes are tracked via Workbench organiser. SE10 is for Customosing organiser.Customising organiser is the set of tools for customising change management.All customizing changes are tracked via customising organiser.

User group in user master maintenance


User group

By assigning SAP users to user groups, the task of user maintenance can be distributed to different user administrators. The system administrator then only assigns each user administrator the authorization to create and change users in a group.