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BW--- BW Connectivity(最佳实践适合BW3.5) (转)

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BW--- BW Connectivity(最佳实践适合BW3.5)
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Building Block – BW Connectivity
1 Prerequisites
1.1 User Roles
Use
With the Building Block Connectivity a configuration role for each component is provided to access all transactions relevant for the installation. The following roles are available:

Technical name
Description
File name for upload
B02_01C
B02 - Connectivity Configuration Role (SAP R/3)
B02_01C.SAP
B02_03C
B02 - Connectivity Configuration Role (SAP BW)
B02_03C.SAP
C71_04C
B02 - Connectivity Configuration Role (SAP CRM)
C71_04C.SAP
B02_04C_SRM
B02 - Connectivity Configuration Role (SAP SRM)
B02_04C_SRM.SAP

Procedure
Please upload the necessary roles and add them to your user, using transactions PFCG (Role Maintenance).
2 Local Settings
This chapter describes all local settings that are necessary for each component like SAP R/3, SAP SCM, SAP BW, SAP CRM or SAP SRM.
2.1 SAP R/3
2.1.1 Define Client Administration (SAP R/3)
Use
This activity allows you to change Customizing settings.
Prerequisites
You have logged on to the system in English in order to start with the installation of the Best Practices Scenario.
Procedure
Run the following activity:

SAP R/3 Role Menu
Define Client Administration (SAP R/3)
Transaction Code
SCC4
SAP R/3 Menu
Tools à Administration à Administration à Client Administration à Client Maintenance

Then carry out the following steps:
1. Choose Display ® Change.
2. Confirm the warning message Caution: The table is cross client.
3. Select your SAP R/3 client and choose Details.
4. In the Change View Clients: Details screen, activate the following settings:
· Automatic recording of changes
· Changes to Repository and cross-client Customizing allowed
· eCATT and CATT allowed.
5. Save.
6. Go back to the SAP Easy Access menu.
2.1.2 Defining a Logical System for SAP R/3 (SAP R/3)
Use
The purpose of this activity is to create a logical system for your SAP R/3 System. To enable communication between systems within your system landscape, you must
1. Define the systems as logical systems.
2. Assign the logical system for the SAP R/3 System to a client.
This enables the systems to recognize the target system as an RFC destination. If the logical system has already been created, skip this activity.
Logical systems are defined cross-client.
Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. Access the transaction using:

SAP R/3 Role Menu
Defining a Logical System for SAP R/3 (SAP R/3)
Transaction Code
SPRO
SAP R/3
IMG Menu
Basis Components (for R/3 Enterprisse: SAP Web Application Server) ® Application Link Enabling (ALE) ® Sending and Receiving Systems ® Logical systems ® Define Logical System

2. Choose New entries.
3. In the column Log System, enter a name for the logical system that you want to create.
4. In the column Name, enter a description of the logical system.

Log. System
Name
, for example DS7CLNT723
SAP R/3 System

To designate logical systems, apply the naming convention
<XXX>CLNT<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.
5. Save your entries.
A transport request for Workbench appears.
6. Select an existing request or create a new request, if necessary.
A transport request for Customizing appears.
7. Select an existing request or create a new request, if necessary.
2.1.3 Assigning Logical System to Client
Use
The purpose of this activity is to make an assignment for the logical system. Skip this activity if a logical system is already assigned to your client.
Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. Access the transaction using:

SAP R/3 Role Menu
Assign Logical System to Client
Transaction Code
SCC4
SAP R/3 Menu
Tools à Administration à Administration à Client Administration à Client Maintenance

2. Choose Display ® Change.
3. Confirm the warning message The table is cross client.
4. Select your R/3 client and choose Details.
5. Enter the name of the logical system of your SAP R/3 client.
6. Save and confirm the warning message Be careful when changing the logical system.
7. Choose Back twice.
2.1.4 Creating an RFC User (SAP R/3)
Use
To enable communication between the SAP R/3 back-end system and the SAP SCM System, you have to create an RFC user in the SAP R/3 System.
The RFC user in the application client enables multiple RFC connections. Skip this activity if an RFC User has already been created.
Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. Access the transaction using:

SAP R/3 Role Menu
Creating an RFC User (SAP R/3)
Transaction Code
SU01
SAP R/3 Menu
Tools à Administration à User MaintenanceàUsers

2. In the User field, enter RFCUSER.
3. Choose Create.
4. On the Maintain User screen, enter the following data on the Tab entry screens:

Address
Last Name
Function
Logon data
User type
System
Password
LOGIN
Profile
Profiles
SAP_ALL
SAP_NEW
S_BI-WX_RFC
Defaults
Logon Language
EN

5. Save your entries.
2.2 SAP SCM
2.2.1 Define Client Administration (SAP SCM)
Use
This activity enables you to change Customizing settings.
Prerequisites
You have logged on to the system in English to start with the installation.

Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. Access the transaction using:

SAP SCM Menu
Tools à Administration à Administration à Client Administration à Client Maintenance
Transaction Code
SCC4

2. In the view Display View "Clients": Overview, choose Display ® Change and confirm the message The table is cross-client.
3. Select your SCM client.
4. Choose Details.
5. In the view Change View "Clients": Details set the flags for
  • Automatic recording of changes
  • Allow CATT processes to be started
  • Changes to Repository and cross-client Customizing allowed.
6. Save and choose Back twice.
2.2.2 Defining a Logical System for SAP SCM (SAP SCM)
Use
The purpose of this activity is to create a logical system for your SAP SCM System. To enable communication between systems within your system landscape, you must:
1. Define the systems as logical systems.
2. Assign the logical system for the SAP SCM System to a client.
This enables the systems to recognize the target system as an RFC destination. If the logical system has already been created, skip this activity.
Logical systems are defined as cross-client.
Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. To define the logical system for your SAP SCM System, open the transaction using:

SAP SCM
IMG Menu
SAP R/3 Basis Customizing ® Application Link Enabling (ALE) ® Sending and Receiving Systems ® Logical Systems ® Define Logical System
Transaction Code
SPRO

2. Choose New entries.
3. In the column Log System, enter a name for the logical system that you want to create.
4. In the column Name, enter a description of the logical system.

Log. System
Name
, for example AS7CLNT001
SAP SCM System

To designate logical systems, apply the naming convention
<XXX>CLNT<NNN>
where XXX is the system name
and NNN is the client.
5. Save your entries.
A transport request for Workbench appears.
6. Select an existing request or create a new request, if necessary.
A transport request for Customizing appears.
7. Select an existing request or create a new request, if necessary.
2.2.3 Assigning Logical System to Client (SAP SCM)
Use
The purpose of this activity is to make an assignment for the logical system. Skip this activity if a logical system is already assigned to your client.
Procedure
Carry out the following steps:
1. Access the transaction using:

SAP SCM Menu
Tools à Administration à Administration à Client Administration à Client Maintenance
Transaction Code
SCC4

2. Choose Display ® Change.
3. Confirm the warning message The table is cross client.
4. Select your SCM client and choose Details.
5. Enter the name of the logical system of your SAP SCM client.
6. Save and confirm the warning message Be careful when changing the logical system.
7. Choose Back twice.
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