SAP Configuration

CUA Interface

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R/2 - R/3 Connections

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External Programs

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Example Sideinfo:

 

*******************************************************************
* sideinfo NT SNA Server using an independent LU 6.2
* Date: 31.10.95
*******************************************************************
*
*
*******************************************************************
* CUA-Interface
* Destination is R/2-System K50 CICS
* At the sapgui the destination must be entered as K50.
* LU=K50 is the name of the remote APPC LU which is partnered to the
* LOCAL APPC LU LOCAL_LU=LTRMBR0 using the LOGMODE MODE_NAME=LU62INDP
*******************************************************************
DEST=K50
LU=K50
TP=X1SA
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
LOCAL_LU=LTRMBR0
MODE_NAME=LU62INDP
PROTOCOL=C

*******************************************************************
* R/3 -> R/2 connection (R/2 on CICS)
*
* The connection is initiated by the R/3 system.
* This entry is the same as for the CUA-Interface. Usually it must
* be defined only once and may be used for both purposes.
*******************************************************************
DEST=K50
LU=K50
TP=X1SA
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
LOCAL_LU=LTRMBR0
MODE_NAME=LU62INDP
PROTOCOL=C

*******************************************************************
* R/2 -> R/3 connection (R/2 on CICS)
*
* The connection is initiated by the R/2 system.
* Via the SNA server a transaction program is started on the NT-machine.
* This program is a copy of gwhost.exe (found in the executables directory)
* it searches an entry in the sideinfo with destination equal to its own
* program name (GWHSTC11). - Use the copy command to create GWHOSTC11.exe
* The sideinfo file described using the system environment variable SIDE_INFO
+ will be used.
* The program GWHSTC11 then establishes a connection to the R/3-System defined
* by LU= (Hostname of R/3-System) and TP= (servicename of R/3-System) via
* the SAP-Gateway defined by GWHOST= (hostname of SAP-Gateway-System) and
* GWSERV= (servicename of SAP-Gateway).
*******************************************************************
DEST=GWHSTC11
LU=ss0007
TP=sapdp00
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
PROTOCOL=I
CPIC_TRACE=2

*******************************************************************
* External program
* Destination is R/2-System K50 CICS
*******************************************************************
DEST=K50
LU=K50
TP=X1SA
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
LOCAL_LU=LTRMBR0
MODE_NAME=LU62INDP
PROTOCOL=C
CPIC_TRACE=2

*******************************************************************
* External program
* Destination is R/2-System K50 IMS
*******************************************************************
DEST=K50IMS
LU=K50IMS01
TP=K50X1SA
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
PROTOCOL=C
CPIC_TRACE=2


*******************************************************************
* External program
* Destination is R/3-System C11
*******************************************************************
DEST=C11
LU=ss0007
TP=sapdp00
GWHOST=p08624
GWSERV=sapgw44
PROTOCOL=I
CPIC_TRACE=2

 

Example TXCOM Entry:

Dest LU TP Prot Gateway-Host Gateway-Serv

K50 C p08624 sapgw00
EXT_NT p08624 /usr/sap/C11/.. E p08624 sapgw00

(The full TP path is /usr/sap/C11/SYS/exe/run/ccpict2t)

Example XCOM entry:

Display ATAB table XCOM Table of the symbolic destinations for CPI-C
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Symbolic Dest. LU (Logical Unit) TP (Transaktion prog.) Comm.Type
-------------------------------------------------------------------
C11 MRB0 GWHSTC11
EXT_NT MRB0 CCPICT2S