NW AS Java Administrator (NWA)

Download JAVA SC Patches via NW JAVA Support Tool – An Easy Way

As we all know calculating the required dependencies of a JAVA SCA patch leads to l a t of manual work sometimes and also manual calculation is prone to miss any required dependent patches which can lead to issues during patching process. SAP NW JAVA Support Tool is a great troubleshooting tool and have amazing capabilities to record and collect logs however, there is another feature which lot of people …

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RAM Memory Utilization Part 2 / 2

In continuation of RAM Memory Utilization Part 1 in previous article, In this article, we will discuss which processes consumes much more RAM and check whether some of the processes are required to run the application ?   To check which processes consumes much more RAM, then type the unix command # top after you get the screen , press “shift”: + “f” key then the another screen is displaying …

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RAM Memory Utilization – Part 1 /2

I was approached that in one of the system, there was an alert displaying in the custom dashboard saying that there was low memory free available in the CS (ASCS01 server (distributed production system). Since the CS (Central Service System) ASCS01 contains only two services : message service and Enqueue service; there will be never  much RAM memory utilization takes place. Hence decided to investigate whether there was indeed almost 98% …

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Migration Experience with 10TB DB

I want to share my experience on migration of 10 TB MS SQL Server DB. I tried some scenarios for all about table splitting, exporting and importing processes to find the optimum downtime. I read below notes and documents about the migration process. 784118 – System Copy Tools for ABAP Systems 954268 – Optimization of export: Unsorted unloading 1054852 – Recommendations for migrations using Microsoft SQL Server 1650246 – R3ta: …

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I Carry A Spool or How The ABAP Detective Found His LP

For weeks, on and off, I worked the print spool case.  For those who don’t know what that means, or who I am, you could look it up in your Yellow Pages.  Except those don’t exist in this realm (no NIS either).  Everything’s digital, including the phone books. They call them contacts these days; they aren’t even books to speak of.  When I was a rookie, a contact was what …

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Logsegment full in SAP system with ASE Sybase / No connection to database, session terminated

In SAP system with database Sybase ASE some times shows the following errors, * Dispatcher stop in SAP MMC * when login using GUI shows, No connection to database, session terminated * Cannot login through SAP GUI dev_0 log shows ——> ***LOG BY0=> [ASE Error SQL1105][SAP][ASE ODBC Driver][Adaptive Server Enterprise]Can’t allocate space for object ‘syslogs’ in database ‘SID’ because ‘logsegment’ segment is full/has no free extents. If you ran out …

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Reset / Unlock a user from another client

Hello,   Just sharing a tip:   The user that you trying to log on is locked, or you don´t know the password anymore, plus, you don´t have any other user on that same client, and you cannot restart the system to change the parameter login/no_automatic_user_sapstar.   Important: this is not usable for productive environments, you should use SAP documentation. Easy way with SAP*.   1 – You must have a …

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Set the Standard area to be default in SAP Query

As of SAP release 6.20, work area is defaulted to “global”. The work area can be changed as follows: 1) If you as a user prefer to be in Standard mode the entire time, you might set this permanently.    System->User profile->Own data->Parameter    Enter parameter AQW=’ ‘, ie. blank as value to be in Standard area or    enter parameter AQW=’G’to be in Global area    or temporary using SQ01->Environment->Query areas 2) If …

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Gateway Security Features Fundamentals Training

Dear SCN Community, The support experts in the ABAP Gateway area (BC-CST-GW) at SAP have decided to create a training for customers and SAP users. In this training session, they explain the concept fundamentals and provide configuration examples of the following Gateway security features: • The “reginfo” rules (related to the registration of external programs/systems at SAP); • The “secinfo” rules (related to programs started on demand); • Parameter “gw/acl_mode” …

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Access method F (SAPLPD) does not work with SAPGUI 740. What should I do?

Some users found that after upgrade to SAPGUI 740, access method F cannot be used anymore. Please note SAP only supports SAPLPD for frontend printing in release prior to 4.6C. You have 3 options to resolve the issue. 1. Use access method G for frontend printing (note 821519). This is recommended. 2. Implement the correction of note 2028598 or import the support package in this note. Set profile parameter “rspo/local_print/guitimeout” …

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