SP01 Output control: spool requests
SAP's client concept enables a SAP system to be split into several logical sub-systems - clients. These subsystems can be used independently and in isolation as separate systems. But how should non-client transactions be treated? How can you prevent one client from accessing the other and why should you want to prevent that? In this blog post, I will answer these questions and discuss some negative examples. Why is it important to consider independent transactions separately? Imagine that every one of your employees is allowed to create or change a client in the production system, or worse, both. Creating and modifying a client in the production system is authorised and documented - you wonder what could possibly go wrong? The risk in this case is a loss of integrity of system and data, loss of confidentiality: With each new client, Superuser SAP* lives up to its comprehensive, cross-client rights and the assigned standard password.
The application layer is the central component of the SAP R/3 system. This layer is therefore also referred to by SAP as the actual base system. Within the layer there are application servers and a message server.
In the beginning, in our company, the installation and management of the systems were dealt with by the functional consultants/consultants of the respective systems. The CRM consultant was responsible for the SAP CRM system, the SRM consultant for the SAP SRM, etc.
If you get a tp-step in the cancel message, it is a transport order-independent step whose logs cannot be displayed with logs. In this case, analyse the following files: tp-Step 6: P
tp-Step N: N tp-Step S: DS All protocols are located in /usr/sap/trans/log.
"Shortcut for SAP Systems" makes it easier and quicker to complete a number of SAP basis tasks.
The transaction SPAM requires that the Change and Transport System [External] is set up correctly.
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Even dialog systems are no longer in operation only from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., but between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. or longer.