SAP Business Objects: CMCRegister Card Configuration Permissions
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The SAP Basis is responsible for the smooth operation of the programmes in the SAP system. It acts as an operating system for R/3 and subsequent releases including S/4HANA. Each operating system provides an environment in which programmes can run, such as MS Office on Microsoft Windows. Likewise, the SAP base system with the NetWeaver and HANA platform offers an environment in which the SAP programmes can run. In this context, the NetWeaver platform itself relies on server operating systems such as Windows and Linux.
If you are running a multi-system landscape with a common transport directory, it is convenient to enable this option only in the first system you are inserting support packages into, and to disable it in the following systems. Since the data files no longer need to be regenerated there, this saves time when playing in. Delete data files after inserting You can specify whether the data files should be deleted after inserting the support packages. This saves disk space and is enabled in the default setting. If you are running a multi-system landscape with a common transport directory, it is convenient to disable this option, since then the data files in the other systems no longer need to be re-created (see above Regenerate data files). Execute ABAP/Dynpro generation This option determines whether the programmes and screens shipped with the support packages should be generated during the commit. Note that generation can take a long time. Without automatic generation, the programmes and dynpros are not generated until the first call. Note that this parameter can only be affected by you if the generation is allowed by SAP during the insertion of this support package. The SPAM update does not affect the generation. SPAM Settings Option SAPM Basic Setting Transmission Monitor From Scenario Standard Rebuild Data File A data file after the example. Delete Do a Generation From Use the transaction SPAM to insert Support Packages [page 8] into your system, regardless of whether the support packages come from the SAPNet - R/3 Frontend, the SAPNet - Web Frontend, or Collection CDs. Prerequisites User: It must have the appropriate permissions [page 7] for the SAP Patch Manager. He must be registered with the client 000. He must have called the transaction SPAM. Select Tools ABAP Workbench Tool Maintenance Patches or enter the transaction code SPAM.
SAP Patch Manager (SPAM) (BC-UPG-OCS)
Another way to secure your gateway using the SAP standard is to encrypt communication using Secure Network Communication (SNC). In the case of unprotected data communication paths between different client and server components of the SAP system that use the SAP protocol RFC or DIAG, the data exchange takes place in plain text and there is a risk that this can be read. With the help of SNC, you can create end-to-end encryption (E2EE), which can be used to secure communication between two components, such as between the application server and SAP GUI. In addition, SNC encryption provides the basis for using SAP Single Sign-On (SSO) as a security solution, which significantly reduces the internal effort of password management.
Through a sound expertise in the SAP technology environment, it is recommended to bring the know-how of the SAP basis into the IT strategy and IT roadmap. For this, the responsibility lies primarily with the CIO as the carrier and responsible of the IT strategy and the IT organisation. Likewise, the SAP basis should serve as a sparring partner for individuals and boards (such as enterprise architects) that significantly influence the strategy.
With "Shortcut for SAP Systems" a tool is available that greatly facilitates some tasks in the SAP basis.
Finally, the parameter transaction can be created using the "Save" button.
It also increases the speed at which certain tasks can be performed.