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Question
what is the use of "parameter" tab in creation of user in SU01
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 Question Submitted By :: Ganesh
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Parameter ID is used to set default value for screen field value

Get parameter value :
Table TPARA (or) select the screen field and press F1 and click technical information and get the "Parameter ID"

Assign Parameter ID :
Go to Su01 and type Parameter tab and enter Parameter ID 
Eg. Sales Organization : VKO and assign default value 'XXXX'
 
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Senthilnathan.r
 
 
Question
what is the use of S_TABU_DIS
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 Question Submitted By :: Ganesh
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1.This authorization object
2.Used to control SM30(Table Maintenance)
3.Object Value 
  Display - User have display rights 
  Change  - User can enter new entry and edit existing table entry by press "Maintain" button

Note : Table maintenance will create by Technical guys by SE11
at the time of table creation
 
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Senthilnathan.r
 
 
Question
what is authorization profile?
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 Question Submitted By :: Ganesh
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In sap the role contains profile for a sap user and the profile contains the authorization object that are use to give the authorization to the user so, authorization profile is basically use to give the authorization to the user
 
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Jitendra
 
 
 
Question
if we execute r3trans -d in command prompt, it will give  
return code , but where it will generates log file?
please tell me the path of the log file.
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 Question Submitted By :: Vamshi
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i think log path is usr/sap/sid/Dvebmgs(Instance)/work/log

correct me if iam wrong
 
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Gautham
 
 
Answer
from which path your executing in command prompt, that is the path for the log file.means in that path only log file will be created.
 
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Vamshi
 
 
Answer
where u excuts  the r3tran -d command in that path trans.log will be generated.i.e current  working directory.


peram praveen kumar reddy
 
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Peram Praveen Kumar Reddy
 
 
Answer
We can get log file trans.log at location from where we are
running R3trans -d command
 
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Ashwani Kumar
 
 
Question
AS-IS & TO-BE process, who gets involved?
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 Question Submitted By :: Sujitm.basis
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BOTH THE PROCESS HEAD AND sap CONSULTANT HEAD INVOLVE before SAP-BBP maping
 
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Chethan
 
 
Question
can anyone tellme java instance startup sequence?
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 Question Submitted By :: Ramu
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Process
Startup of the Java Instance
The following steps are involved in starting the Java instance:
JSTART is started (in Windows by the SAP Start Service; on UNIX platforms by the startsap script). It takes the role of the Java instance controller.
The Java instance controller analyzes its configuration (from the instance profile) and examines the details of the Java SDK defined there.
The Java instance controller initializes SAP signal handling to be able to receive signals and opens the control port.
The Java instance controller reads the instance description (from the list of files specified by the jstart/startupNodeFiles and jstart/instanceNodeFiles profile parameters) for the first time, searching for nodes with a runLevel=1 property. The OFFLINE DEPLOYMENT node in the startup.properties file matches this criterion.
The Java instance controller starts another JSTART process with the parameters from the OFFLINE DEPLOYMENT node and waits for the child process to terminate.
The child process acts as a Java process. It loads the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) into its own process, initializes the JVM and starts the OFFLINE DEPLOYMENT program, which performs the deployment steps in the Java database.
The Java instance controller reads the instance description again, searching for nodes with a runLevel=2 property. The BOOTSTRAP node in the startup.properties file meets this condition.
The Java instance controller starts another JSTART process with the parameters from the BOOTSTRAP node and waits for the child process to terminate.
The child process loads and initializes the JVM and starts the BOOTSTRAP program. BOOTSTRAP synchronizes the binary data in the Java database with the local file system, reads the Java instance description from the Java database and updates the instance.properties file.
The Java instance controller reads the instance description from the startup.properties and instance.properties files once more, this time focusing on nodes with a runLevel=3 property or without a runLevel property at all. These nodes form the productive instance.
The Java instance controller starts the processes for infrastructure nodes, such as ICM or DEBUGPROXY.
When all infrastructure processes are started, the Java instance controller starts the processes for the server nodes.
The JSTART child processes act as Java processes and execute a similar sequence as described before. They become the Java server processes.
The following figure shows the sequence of actions that the Java Startup Framework executes.
This graphic is explained in the accompanying text.
Operation of the Java Instance
The Java instance controller monitors the Java instance. It receives the status update messages and catches termination signals from the child processes. When a process terminates unexpectedly, the Java instance controller starts the process again.
Shutdown of the Java Instance
Signals and commands sent to the control port trigger a Java instance to stop. The Java instance controller ensures that the order of shutdown is obeyed and forces termination if a process does not stop within the shutdown timeout period.
The figure below shows the sequence of the actions.
This graphic is explained in the accompanying text.
An instance is stopped as follows:
A process (for example, the ABAP dispatcher, a start script or SAP Start Service) sends a SIGINT signal or an appropriate command to the Java instance controller.
The Java instance controller updates the instance state and sends STOP commands to the server processes.
When the server processes are finished, the Java instance controller sends STOP commands to the infrastructure processes.
Once all child processes have exited, the Java instance controller terminates.
 
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Pavan
 
 
Question
In operation modes i have schedule some jobs in off peak 
but the jobs are not completed with in time of off peak 
what happen at this time whether they wait until jobs
complet or change to peak mode ?
off peak time interval is from 6.0 pm to 6.0 am and
peak time interval is from 6.0 am to 6.0 pm
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 Question Submitted By :: Ramu
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then we have to increase the background work process.
 
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Rakesh
 
 
Answer
During operation mode switch the existing processes are continued to complete their jobs and after completion of their jobs they will switch.so here processes are wait until they completed their jobs later they will switch.
 
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M K Chaitanya
 
 
Question
suppose all the background jobs are running under a
background user with a user name. now the user regin the job
how can we run the background jobs without him 
pls anyone help me thanks in advance
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 Question Submitted By :: Ramu
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Answer
Mark the resigned user as REFERENCE USER in SU01 to disable 
his login and this user is refernced to any other 
authenticated user to perform his duties.
 
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M K Chaitanya
 
 
 
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