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SAP Console

Hi, what is SAP Console? Where can I find it? How do I make it work? What kind of access should a user have? I'm very new to this and would appreciate all your help.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 06:48 PM

    Hi,

    SapConsole is a standard SAP tool

    For example

    SAP Management Console

    You use the SAP Management console, a snap-in in the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), to start and stop SAP systems and instances. The snap-in consists of a root node of the SAP system, below which the various SAP systems and their instances appear as subnodes. The system displays detailed information about the processes, the current status, and open alerts for the instances.

    A newly-installed MMC allows you only to start a locally-installed SAP instance on the host that you are logged on to. If the MMC is configured for central system administration, you can start and stop the entire SAP system from a single host.

    If you can tell what exactely you need or you can go to

    help.sap.com for more information.

    Cheers

    Soma

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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:27 PM

    SAP Console is often used in conjunction with "Radio Frequency" (RF) devices.

    That's more an application-specific topic (-> Logistics Execution, Mobile Data Entry: SAP component LE-MOB).

    Maybe SAP ERP - Logistics Materials Management (SAP MM) would be more suitable than this forum ...

    Regards, Wolfgang

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