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Dear Experts,

I am a newbie in EHSM. I do not find any relevant materials to explore EHSM. I would like to know about EHSM and I have worked with legacy IHS and OH. I have EHSM 2.0 in my system as per BASIS information. But I have no clue on how to start with or any tcodes to access or the process flow or any functions to activate it. There is no relevant menus in Easy access screen. Guide me on how to proceed with.

Also , I see posts regarding this SERC 2013. Could u please tell me what is this about and where/why and when do we use this as I am a novice in it.

Thanks & regards


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    Posted on Jul 30, 2013 at 01:41 PM

    Hi Dhinesh,

    You use EHSM via the SAP Portal. There are several threads on the subject that you can easily find in the forum.

    I myself have asked many questions since I have to implement it for my client (I haven't started the implementation phase yet).

    Check this link (document created bu Christoph Bergemann) :

    You can have a look here :



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    • Former Member Dhinesh A.P


      I suggest you start with the Master Guide for EHSM for the relevant extension pack (as found at It will explain for you what components are necessary, the basic business scenarios that are supported etc. There are also more specific guides here on the security roles etc..

      As EHSM is an abap webdynpro based solution you will need to use either NWBC or the portal to access the application.



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