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Transaction iView

Hi there,

Can anybody offer a screenshot of an iView which wraps a webGui transaction?

Just like to appreciate the look and feel of such an iView.

Thanks!

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 03:26 PM

    I dont have a screenshot for you right now, but just so you know, you can modify the "look and feel" with respect to how it opens in several ways, so there is not just one answer.

    You can launch SAPGui in a separate window with and without a browser frame. It can also be launched with a full portal header on top.

    Essentially the SAPGui within whichever frame you put in it will be identical to that of a SAPGui session launched directly from windows start menu/shortcut.

    Hope this helps 😊

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 03:45 PM

    You can get it yourself. But make sure you have a R/3 system created in the portal system landscape. follow below steps to get that

    1. Launch Portal

    2. Goto System Administration -> Support -> SAP Application -> SAP Transaction ->

    3. Select your r/3 system from the dropdown box

    4. Enter any transaction code like se37 or se38

    5. Click ok to get the screen shown

    Thanks,

    Raags

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2007 at 05:20 PM

    You can get it yourself. But make sure you have a R/3 system created in the portal system landscape. follow below steps to get that

    1. Launch Portal

    2. go to System ADministration

    3. go to System Landscape

    4. under Portal content

    5. Right Click on Any Folder

    6. Select New System From Template

    7.Select SAP R/3 Dedicated Application server

    8.Click Next

    9.Specify System name as "sap_sys2"

    10. specify system Id as "sap_sys2".

    11. Click Next

    12.click finish

    13. select Open object For Editing

    14.click ok

    15. Goto Property Category

    16.Select Connector

    17.specify Application Host OF SAP System EX: 192.168.100.1 or "intelligroup"

    18.specify Logical System Name "T90CLNT090" (ask u r BASIS GUY)

    19.specify remote host type as "3"

    20.specify sap client = 800 (ask u r BASIS GUY)

    21.specify system no =00 (ask u r BASIS GUY)

    22.sap server Port =3200 (ask u r BASIS GUY)

    23. system type = SAP R/3.

    24.click on save

    25. goto Property category

    26.select User Management

    27..specify logon method = UIDPW

    28.specify User Mapping Type = admin,user

    29. click on save.

    30. go to edit.

    31. select System Aliases

    32.specify system alias = "sapalias" (any name)

    33.click on ADD.

    34.click on save.

    35.Goto User Administration

    36. select User Mapping.

    37search for any user in Users list

    38.click on START

    39.click on Edit.

    40. Specify System Alias "sapalias"

    41.specify user name of SAP R/3 System ex:sapuser

    42.specify password of SAP R/3 System Ex: intelligroup

    43.click on save.

    44. GOTO Content Administration

    45.under portal content

    46.right click on any folder

    47. new IVIEW.

    48.select SAP TRANSACTION IVIEW.

    49.click next.

    50.specify iview name as "SAPTRANSIVIEW".

    51.specify iview id as "SAPTRANSIVIEW"

    52.select SAP GUI FOR WINDOWS.

    53.click Next.

    54.select System Alias AS "sapalias"

    55.specify any TCODE EX:se11 or se37

    56.click next.

    57.click finish

    58. select open object for editing.

    59. click on preview.

    60. ENJOY ENJOY ENJOY

    Don't forget to assign<b> POINTS</b>

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