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Digitally Signed SAP Notes

Good morning experts,

Today it's about the question of digital signing of SAP Notes.

Snote: Note 2546220, 2408073 and 2508268
My test system is 750 with SP4 on HANA 2.00.037.00.

I have the notes want to import. But there are some adjustments to make for these notes. It also seems a bit more elaborate, considering that we have to do this on all systems.
So I am looking for a way to keep the adjustments as low as possible.
The program "RCWB_SNOTE_DWNLD_PROC_CONFIG" does not exist in my system and has to be created.
How could minimize this effort? Which options could I use?

Thank you for your support.

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  • Posted on Oct 18, 2019 at 10:09 AM

    Hello Lamm,

    Please check and implement SAP note 2576306 as per your system release and version.

    The report RCWB_SNOTE_DWNLD_PROC_CONFIG should be available after the note implementation.

    Thanks.

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  • Posted on Oct 23, 2019 at 10:21 AM
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    Hi Lamm,

    You should first enable the Snote for TCI and then implement the TCI note 2576306 in your system, rather than implementing the SAP notes 2546220, 2408073 and 2508268 ( these notes require developer to perform manual activities)

    You can check the steps for your release and SP level using the below tool

    Steps tool

    Also, check the screen by screen procedure for enabling TCI and digital signed notes in SNote

    Enabling SNOTE for TCI and digital Signed Functionality - Step by Step Guide with Screenshots

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