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Save Password in Sap Logon Shortcut

by on May.04, 2010, under SAP

Standard SAP GUI doesn’t allows to save password in the shortcuts. This can be achieved by doing these two steps.
1.) Executing sapshcut.exe which normally exists at C:\Program Files\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui.
Once this step is done then the variables which needs to be modified in REGEDIT are available for editing.
2.) Go to Command Prompt and type in REGEDIT
3.) Find [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SAP]
4.) Right Click on SAP than New Key with name SAPShortcut
5.) Than using Same above Step create a key name “Security” under “SAPShortcut”
6.) Now Right Click on the Security –> New –> String Value
7.) Give Name “EnablePassword” to this and Set it Value 1
 
I exported my regedit record. You can use below file.
Download regedit file
 
Screenshot;
Sap Logon Password Save
 
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Four ways to integrate Adobe Flex with SAP Netweaver

by on Mar.21, 2010, under SAP

For quite some time now SAP and Adobe has presented different methods and initiatives you could use if you would like to integrate Adobe Flex and SAP Netweaver.  I will try to summarize four different scenarios you could consider.

Using SAP Flash Island scenario

If you are using Netweaver 7.0 EhP1 or 7.1 then you can use the SAP Flash Island framework to integrate Adobe Flex with SAP (read more about SAP Flash Island here). The framework will create a ‘bridge’ between a SAP WebDynpro application and Flex. In order to ‘connect to this bridge/framework’ – you need to use a library from SAP in your Flex project – I have created a template project you can use for this purpose click here. Flash Islands are best suited for smaller applications/components – especially for areas where you are missing UI functionality in the WebDynpro, e.g. could be advanced graphics, interactive maps, graphs and statistics. Authentication, User and session management will be handled by the WebDynpro application.

Using SAP BSP and an embedded Adobe Flex component

So what do you do if your application is SAP is not based on WebDynpro – then you will be missing the framework and bridge which will make it easy to communicate with an Adobe Flex application – or ? Well in SAP BSP you can use <object><embed> … </embed><object> to include an SWF application in the application – read more here.  But the data binding and event handling you will have to handle yourself in the BSP and in the Flex application. This kind of integration is also meant for smaller applications/components – especially for areas where you are missing UI functionality in SAP BSP, e.g. again could be advanced graphics, interactive maps, graphs and statistics. Authentication, User and session management will be handled by the SAP BSP application.

Using an HTTP REST backend application in SAP BSP – and an Adobe Flex RIA as Frontend

So… what do we do if we want to build a larger application in Adobe Flex (RIA) which should be integrated with SAP Netweaver? Well.. One possibility would be to build a set of backend services in SAP BSP using the HTTP REST approach/architecture (read more here). In SAP you will then be building normal BSP’s which will receive the input parameters in a HTTP request – and send the reply to the calling application as XML. These services can be called from Adobe Flex using the HTTP-request object. The work could be divided in two parts: the work regarding the design and implementation in SAP and the work with the design and implementation of the RIA using Adobe Flex. In between you need to describe and design the implementation of the interface. User and session management could be handled by the SAP BSP application if it’s running as a state full application. Regarding Authentication you need to consider how you would implement this in the application.

Using WebService enabled SAP BAPI’s as backend application – and an Adobe RIA as Frontend

In the last method you could consider using Webservice enabled BAPI’s instead of having to write BSP’s to communicate with the frontend. From Netweaver 6.40 and onwards all BAPI’s in SAP could be webservice enabled – and from 7.0 the functionality has been improved. And it’s possible to call these webservice enabled BAPI’s directly from Adobe Flex. You can use standard BAPI’s and/or make custom development for your own specific BAPI requests. User and session management should be handled by the Adobe Flex application. Regarding Authentication you need to consider how you would implement this in the application.

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STRING_BAD_REF dump when starting BSP application

by on May.29, 2009, under SAP

Symptom

After the service pack upgrade, the start of BSP applications,
which use model binding, fails with the short dump STRING_BAD_REF.

Solution

For a quick solution please run report TOUCHSRC, enter program name
CL_BSP_ELEMENT_CT_ATTR_VALID==CP, and press Execute.

Make sure that you use a 6.40 kernel patch level 48 or higher.

SAP Note : 869197

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“ONLI” OK Code

by on Nis.22, 2009, under SAP

The users may not have authorization for Tcode “*SWNWIEX*”. Once you give this authorization your problem will be solved.

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SAP Tables

by on Şub.13, 2009, under SAP

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Introduction to SAP SmartForms

by on Kas.26, 2008, under SAP

What is SAP Smart Forms? SAP Smart Forms is introduced in SAP Basis Release 4.6C as the tool for creating and maintaining forms. 

SAP Smart Forms allow you to execute simple modifications to the form and in the form logic by using simple graphical tools; in 90% of all cases, this won’t include any programming effort. Thus, a power user without any programming knowledge can  configure forms with data from an SAP System for the relevant business processes.
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