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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

How to delete a client by Proper way

Steps to delete the client 
1. log into the client to delete 
2. go into SCC5 and delete client 
3. log into another client and delete entry with SCC4 
4. reorg database to recover database space. 
Actually, if you check "on" the little "Delete Entry from T000" checkbox, you can skip step 3.
One other way of deleting a client which could give significant performance gain and save time is at OS level using - R3trans 
To delete a client 200, you have to create a command file "del200" with following entries 
Client = 200 
Select * 
Place the command file in /usr/sap/trans/bin 
$ cd /usr/sap/trans/bin 
$ R3trans –w <log file name> -u 1 <command file name > 
e.g $ R3trans -w del200.log -u 1 del200 
To check the progress... 
$ tail -f del200 
  Re org the database post client delete

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Adding text on the SAP logon/login screen

Writing text to the Frontend SAP logon screen. This is very handy for identifying which SAP system the user is about to log onto, especially non production boxes. You can also warn them here of pending changes, updates or outages. Because it is up while they are typing in their user id and password, users can't claim they missed the system message. 
SAP icons like the stop sign and warning signs can also be displayed.
Details can be found in OSS note #205487
Here are the details :-
Go to Transaction SE61 and select the document 'General text' (selection via F4 help), and create a text with the name ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO in the language defined with profile parameter zcsa/system_language.  Parameter zcsa/system_language usually have been done in (tcode - rz10 - instance profile - extended maintenance) by the basis administrator during SAP installation.
If the text does not exist in the system language, no output is made.
Note that there is space for 16 lines with 45 fixed-font characters each or for approximately 60 proportional space font characters on the logon screen.
Title lines (can be recognized by means of format keys starting with a 'U') are highlighted in the display.
You may also output icons at the beginning of lines by using an icon code (for example, @1D@ for the STOP icon). You can get a list of icon codes from Report RSTXICON. Pay attention to the codes with two '@' symbols displayed by the report. You cannot include text symbols. The 'include indicator' cannot be used for this function. SUBHINT here.
These can be used on system messages as well. 
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Suppress SAP Multi Login Message

You can suppress the multi login message by setting the parameter in the instance profile. 
It is necessary if your company allows a single users to have multiple login and there tends to be cases where users will choose Options 1 which terminates the rest with the same user IDs.  This can result in loss of data as the users may have not click the save button.
Use transaction code 'RZ10'.
Parameter name : login/multi_login_users
In this parameter, enter the name of all the users separated by "," comma for which you want to suppress the message while multi login with the same user IDs.
Take note that the multi login counter still counts even though you have suppress the message.

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Disable SAP USERS to logon multiple times

Set the parameter in RZ10.
login/multi_login_users             = set to 1 to activate 
login/disable_multi_gui_login    = you can put a list of users that should be allow to logon multiple times
List the user IDs separated by commas ",".
Do not leave space characters between user IDs.
Restart the R/3 instance to see the changes.

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Automatically logged off the frontend SAPGUI

You can set Parameter : rdisp/gui_auto_logout in transaction RZ11.
If no entry is made for rdisp/gui_auto_logout (in seconds), the frontend is automatically logged off.
If the parameter has the value 0, there will be no automatic logoff.
To change the parameter value,
First, display the parameter value with transaction RZ11.
Once in the display screen, you will be able to click the Change Value button to modify your desired value. 

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Maximum No. Of SAP Session Per User

You set this Parameter : rdisp/max_alt_modes in transaction RZ10.
Add in the above parameter in the Instance Profile - Options Extended Maintenance.
Restart the R/3 instance.
The default maximum no. of sessions in 4.6x is set as 6 session per user.
Most company will reduced the number of session per user but not increase it. 

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