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How to edit or delete a Entry in Table RSADMINA?

Dear Experts,

I am trying to edit the entry in table RSADMINA required as a customizing step for setting up BW client. But, I see in table, the menu Table Entry -> Delete Entry is deactivated. Even I don't see any option in debugging mode to activate the Edit option for updating the table entry.

Any ideas, please?

Thanks & best regards,

Sreenu

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  • Sep 25, 2015 at 09:27 PM
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    Sep 26, 2015 at 05:38 AM

    SAP_RSADMIN_MAINTAIN to Insert / Update / Delete entries in RSADMIN table.

    1. Call transaction SE38 (or SA38).
    2. Choose F8 to execute the program SAP_RSADMIN_MAINTAIN to maintain the table RSADMIN.
    3. Enter "Relevant parameter XXX" as the "OBJECT".
    4. Enter "relevant parameter XX" as the "VALUE".
    5. Select "INSERT" (or "UPDATE").
      1. Choose "Execute" (F8) to carry out the changes and save.

    See the link :

    Important RSADMIN Parameters - SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse - SCN Wiki

    Regards,

    Kaustubh

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  • Aug 17, 2016 at 12:10 PM

    Procedure

      1.  In the Implementation Guide (IMG), choose SAP NetWeaver   -> Business Intelligence -> Transport Settings -> Create Destination for Import Postprocessing.

      2.  Select a target client.

    ○  For the transport of Web service DataSources, select the BI standard client.

    ○  For the transport of a client-dependent process chain, select the client that is specified in the attribute of the process chain or was specified in the import.

      3.  Enter a description for the destination.

      4.  Enter the background user and password.

    The RFC call is executed with this user name. For the standard client, the BI background user is displayed. If you do not specify a name, the user ID of the caller is used.

      5.  Save your entries.

    The destination is created when you save your entries. The destination of the BI standard client is entered in the RSADMINA table in the TPBWMANDTRFC field. The destinations of additional target clients are entered in the RSTPRFC table.



    Whole info can be found on the bellow link:
    Importing Client-Dependent Objects - Transport System - SAP Library

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