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SAPLOGON.SAL- different saplogon.ini files

Dear all,

I'm looking for a possibility to use different ini files, dependent from the access via network (lan) or VPN.

The local saplogon.ini file should only be used if the saplogon.ini file from the network directory is not available. Maybe with SAPLOGON.SAL?

thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2005 at 09:28 AM

    Dear Reiner,

    many thanks for your answer and sorry to annoy you again, but I need a little bit more information about this issue. Where can I find information about it? An example would be appreciated.


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    • if (netWorkIsAvailable())


      System.Runtime.InteropServices.Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable("SAPLOGON_INI_FILE", "c:




      System.Runtime.InteropServices.Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable("SAPLOGON_INI_FILE", null);


      SAPLogonDestination dest = new SAPLogonDestination();


      Message was edited by: Reiner Hille-Doering

  • Posted on Nov 30, 2005 at 01:11 PM

    SAPLOGON.EXE and the newest version of NCo (2.0.1) have a feature that allows to specify which SAPLOGON.INI to use: Set an environemnt variable called "SAPLOGON_INI_FILE" to the full pathname of the ini file you want to use.

    You can use the feature e.g. in a batch file that conditionally set the variable.

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