The goal is to be ready to get involved designing interfaces, to do outside work while within the SAP application and to be able to determine what computers need an updated version of SAPGUI.
- Take your time to assimilate what you have learned.
- Test and practice as much as possible.
- Take caution when using external commands and make sure that only the appropriate people can access transactions SM69 and SM49.
Last but not least, I want to remind you of my "Effortless administration" formula:
Knowledge + Scripts
-------------------------- = Effortless administration
* Don't miss the companion guide, Overcoming Basis challenges by reaching inside the database
- Automating line-item data entry for purchase orders via SAPGUI scripting
- Troubleshooting SAP startup problems in Windows
- Giovanni's Basis FAQ
- SearchSAP.com's Basis tip archive
- Quiz: A 360 in SAP Basis
- Basis Learning Guide
- Featured Topic: All about Basis
- More checklists for Basis and other SAP topics
Overcoming Basis challenges inside and outside the box
Basis challenge #1: Triggering jobs inside and outside SAP
Basis challenge #2: Reaching outside the application
Basis challenge #3: Obtaining the SAPGUI version of all computers
Review: Conclusion and more resources
|ABOUT THE AUTHOR:|
| Giovanni Davila, technical author and SAP Basis expert
Giovanni Davila is an expert in SAP administration on the Windows platform. He has authored critically-acclaimed books like SAP Basis Administration and SAP Basis Administration for Windows. He also wrote an article for the SAP Professional Journal titled System Database Copies – Made Easy.
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