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logon to configtool, SDM and visual admin from remote location

We are running XI on HP-Unix. Soemtime i have to work from home and becauce of some network issue, i cann't run configtool, SDM and visual admin remotely.

Sometime back, i have seen one oss note on this topic. Anyone has the reference to same oss note or some other info to run the same from local PC at home?

Best Regards

Amar

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 09:21 AM

    You can copy the folder /usr/sap///j2ee/admin to your local PC (or a memory stick) and can use this for using the J2EE Administrator remotely.

    This is not possible for the SDM.

    Regards

    Stefan

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      Hi Stefan

      I'm able to run SDM remotely. Following are the steps:

      1. First copied the SDM directory from server to local PC and modify the RemoteGui.bat file in C:\XDV\SDM\program\remoteGui.bat

      @echo ===============================================

      @echo Starting SDM remote gui

      @echo.

      @echo To connect to the SDM Server

      @echo.

      @echo Use Your password and port 57018

      @echo ===============================================

      @set sdm_gui_options=-Dsun.java2d.noddraw=true -Duser.language=en

      @call "\SDM\program\sdm_prep_com.bat"

      %sdm_com% remotegui "sdmhome=C:\XDV\SDM\program"

      @pause

      2. Modify C:\XDV\SDM\program\sdm_prep_com.bat

      @call "\SDM\program\sdm_jdk.bat"

      set sdm_memory_switch=-Xmx%sdm_heap_size%M

      set sdm_com="%sdm_java_home%\bin\java" %sdm_64bit_switch% %sdm_memory_switch% %sdm_gui_options% -jar

      "C:\SDM\program\bin\SDM.jar"

      and afterthat i 'm able to login to SDM.

      3. configtool is pending now.

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