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PIAPPLUSER user - No ABAP SLD to Add to...

In the installation guide, in the section 'Performing PI-Specific Steps for SLD Configuration', it says:

<b>For a central SLD, the user PIAPPLUSER must be created in the central SLD ABAP system first and be assigned to ABAP role SAP_XI_APPL_SERV_USER.</b>

However our SLD is all JAVA based and does not have an ABAP stack associated with it. What do I do?

Thanks.

Paul

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2007 at 11:29 AM

    Hi,

    but you should create this user for every system

    that will be connected to SLD - for example to use it with TCODE - SLDAPICUST

    Regards,

    michal

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      I am using a central SLD which is sitting on a JAVA only stack (which is also used as a SAP WebDynpro server). This works okay as an SLD for all of our other systems (e.g. R/3, BW, HR, Portal, etc.).

      In transaction SLDAPICUST on the PI ABAP system, I can see a valid connection to the SLD server (and from the SLD server I can see that the PI server is registered). However this connection uses the username SLDAPIUSER, not PIAPPLUSER.

      The instructions say that once the PIAPPLUSER is defined on the ABAP stack of the SLD server, I then need to go to transaction SLDAPICUST and replace the user SLDAPIUSER with PIAPPLUSER.

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