Creating a Technical System of type WAS ABAP in SLD… are we sure about the objects that get created?

By Praveen Kumar Kurni, Yash Technologies

There are many threads which are unanswered, and some of them answered with little information about creation of Technical System of type of ABAP. With this blog I want to familiarize the process how to create a TS of type ABAP and objects that get created in the whole process.

Types of Creation of TS:

1.       Manual Creation of TS in SLD:

Using this approach we manually create TS of type ABAP, for this we have to collect technical system details of an ECC system, like hostname, installation number, message server name & port, etc.L

The collected information is used to create TS, using a wizard in SLD.

2.       By triggering data collection programs from SAP ECC system using T Code: RZ70

Using this approach we trigger the programs by executing the Transaction code RZ70 in SAP ECC system. A set a programs that’s gets executed in order to collect all system related details and pass to the SLD. We don’t need to remember all the system details J in order to create a technical system.

I hope most of us are familiar with the first approach and issues you face, let me summarize in brief what could be general issues with the first approach:

·         If our client says use different logical system with client no, then you need to manually add the systems, and change the configurations in ID accordingly.

·         Usually there will be simple typo errors if you create manually the client numbers, logical system names, installation numbers, message server details etc.

·         Under ABAP system details Database tab will be in disable mode. Issue with proxy scenarios.

Using the second approach we can safely overcome the simple mistakes and trouble to remember all the technical details of ECC system. Let me go through the steps to create a Technical System using the second approach. 

Step 1: Execute T Code RZ70 in SAP ECC Application system.

 RZ70 enables triggering of programs which will collect technical data like message server, application server, and client’s logical systems etc. Using an RFC destination of type T the collected data will be deposited in to SLD of Integration server. 

 

Fig 1: T Code - RZ70

Parameters we give for RZ70 are:

ü       Automatic RFC Destination, this will take care of creation of PROGRAMID for T type RFC Destination.

ü       Background schedule job will enables system’s latest technical details in to SLD.

ü       SLD Bridge connection: PI server Host Name and Service information will be used for RFC Destination.

ü       Check all the programs in Data Collection Programs tab.

ü       Next press Start Data Collection and Job Scheduling button  

 

Fig 2: Start Data Collection

After data collection programs get executed and sent to SLD using the RFC destination created automatically. Generally it will be SLD_UC or SLD_NUC.

Fig 3: Execute Start Data Collection

Once we complete RZ70 execution, we move to SLD and check for reliability of the data stored as Technical System.

A new Technical system of type AS ABAP is created as follows:

Fig 4: Technical System in SLD

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