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Diffrenec between Administrator user in Portal and j2ee

Hi All,

I have installed the SAP NW2004s on Windows platform with MaxDB.

During the insatllaruon the J2ee Adminsirtator was create with credentials

User:Administrator

password:trustno1

When i logon into the Portal with ,i saw the user Administrator.

Are both this users similar.

B)The user with which i logon into the VisulaAdmin tool using Administrtaor.

IS it same as the Portal user.

C)Same is with the deployment Tool .Here imcan logon with Administrator.

Now is this user the same as shown in the Potal.

OR

Are both this users different.

Regards

Manoj

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 08:39 AM

    Hi Manoj,

    As far as i know they are all the same user in the UME.

    Regards

    Juan

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 11:44 AM

    HI Manoj,

    When you have an ABAP and JAVA schema you have J2ee_admin,where as if you install only Java (for example only portal)you have administrator user.

    The user administrator is the super user with all the avilable authorization.

    The J2EE Engine administrator password is stored in the User Management Engine (UME) . All tools that are external to the J2EE Engine read the J2EE Engine administrator password from the secure store. If the J2EE Engine administrator password is changed, it is automatically changed in the UME, but not in the secure store.

    Both the users are same.

    Cheers,

    Shyam

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