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How to reject the user logon in ECC600 system?

Hi all,

I want to do a maintenance on my ECC600 system. So I would like to reject the user logon except admin during the maintenance. How can I do this. Whether has the setting can be implementted in system? Thanks in advance!

Best Regards,

Simon Shen

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 03:05 AM

    Hi Simon,

    You can lock a system at the OS level by running tp locksys <SID> pf=<transport profile>

    Then you can login with sap* or ddic . When the users try to login they will see a message like "Upgrade still running. Logon not possible" . Once you completed your activities u can unlock system using

    tp unlocksys <SID> pf=<transport profile>

    Thanks

    Prince Jose

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 06:37 AM

    From SAPGUI you can lock all users (except you of course) via su10.

    Regs,

    FS

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      Hi All,

      I have lock the sysmtem by runing "tp locksys" successfully. The conclusion is list as below, hope to help you!

      1.Login OS with User:<SID>adm

      2. Set the Environment Variables(If necessary)

      Relevant Notes:

      175627 tp: Test import does not work (load lib)

      128126 Database Connect for external tools

      3.You can lock a system at the OS level by running

      tp locksys <SID> pf=<transport profile>

      4.Then you can login with sap* or ddic . When the users try to login they will see a message like "Upgrade still running. Logon not possible" .

      5.Once you completed your activities u can unlock system using

      tp unlocksys <SID> pf=<transport profile>

      Best Regards,

      Simon Shen

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 03:11 AM

    Hello Prince Jose,

    Thank for your reply very much. I think it will be very useful to me. BTW, does it has the User Interface for this action? Thanks again!

    Best Regards,

    Simon Shen

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      hi,

      I got this error message, when I run the TP command,

      tp returncode summary:

      TOOLS: Highest return code of single steps was: 0

      ERRORS: Highest tp internal error was: 0232

      tp finished with return code: 232

      meaning: connect failed

      The contents of My Transport Profile as below, is it correct or have to add some entries.

      ################################

      TRANSDIR = E:\usr\sap\trans

      #

      DUM/CTC = 0

      DUM/DUMMY = 1

      DUM/NBUFFORM = 1

      DUM/TP_VERSION = 266

      #

      TR1/CTC = 0

      TR1/DBHOST = cneusr01

      TR1/DBNAME = TR1

      TR1/DBTYPE = mss

      TR1/NBUFFORM = 1

      TR1/TP_VERSION = 266

      ################################

      Best Regards,

      Simon Shen

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