Flexible response to peak loads
In the SAP Business Objects environment, you can extend the control of permissions using the CMC tab configuration. The tab configuration allows you to easily show or hide specific tabs for users or groups. Enable CMC Tab Configuration By default, the CMC Tab Configuration feature is set to "Don't Limit" and is disabled. For you to be able to use the tab configuration at all, you will need to enable it for now. Note: If you enable the tab configuration, all users that are not under the default Administrators group will not see tabs for the time being. This is because access is denied by default through the CMC tab configuration. Therefore, once enabled, you must maintain tabs for all existing groups. Therefore, make sure you have an account associated with the Administrators Group! To do this, go to Applications, right-click Central Management Console, and select Configure Access to the CMC tab: The CMC can be found under Applications. Now enable the configuration by selecting the Restrict option. Use Restrictions to enable the option. Hide/show tabs If you are now logging in with a user that is not in the default Administrators group, you will not see applications/tabs on the CMC home page. Initially no applications/tabs are visible To display the desired tabs for the groups again, switch to users and groups with your administrator account, right-click on the desired group, and select CMC tab configuration. Enter the tab configuration. In the dialogue that appears, you see that all tabs are denied access by default.
This opens up new possibilities for SAP administration. Basic services, for example, can also be rented from SAP or obtained from an external service provider as part of managed services.
Often you are obliged to perform a migration. There are various reasons, such as legal requirements or preparatory measures for an S/HANA conversion. We are happy to support you in your decisions.
Do you know how to execute SQL commands on the tables in your SAP system? In the past, I asked myself the same question when I wanted to run prepared Querys on a table without converting it to a query over the SE16N with appropriate filters. After my research, I came across a simple way to have your SQL statements resolved transaction-based by an editor. This is the approach I'll describe to you in the following post. You may know the situation that you want to quickly put a short SQL statement on your SAP system without having to invest much effort in ABAP programming. You may not have the ABAP knowledge to extract data from a table, but you are familiar with SQL.
"Shortcut for SAP Systems" makes many tasks in the area of the SAP basis much easier.
Their interdependencies create a high level of complexity.
Logging of the results The results of the tests are logged via the application log and can be viewed both by SAP standard means and directly by the tool.