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Managed System SOL~xyz is not configured

Hi All,

I am getting following issue during the configuration of Managed System Configuration.

see attachement 1


When I go with Application Server ABAP --> Configure System

Issue; Managed System SOL~ABAP is not configured

Roles (Z_SOLMAN_READ, Z_SOLMAN_READ_620 Z_SOLMAN_READ_70) has to be updated for Read RFC user SM_SOLCLNT701_READ

See Attachment 2


When I go with Application Server JAVA--> Configure System

Issue: Managed System SOL~JAVA is not configured

SPML issue

See Attachment 3


Please guide me how can i resolve this issue?

Regards,

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2013 at 08:17 AM

    Hello Abdul,

    For issue nr 2 please refer to note 1647157 - How to Set up Access to the SPML Service on AS Java

    BR,

    K.

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2013 at 09:42 AM

    Hi Abdul

    I don't know if you have found a solution for this. But I found myself in a similar situation. What I did to solve is:

    1) Updated the SAP CR Content for SLD

    2) Followed SAP Note 1647157 to create role and assign to a SPML communication user

    3) Followed SAP Note 1616058 to actually disable or restrict access to SPML Service

    4) reran the configuration and it worked (you can though still get a problem in Solman Self Monitoring to solve).

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