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Time-Zone Help. User Time Zone and SAP Time Zone!

Hi Experts,

Guys, I want to know how to check and change time in SAP system. The reason I want to know if when I go to su01 and display my user, under Default tab>> Sys. Time Zone is different. So, I am guessing that I have to change time zone which is causing my CCMS-Alert auto-reaction.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 07:18 PM

    HI,

    Clients are not modifiable in our case. Every system, they are not modifiable. So in this case, what do I do? don't I have to open 000 client?

    Also when I go to Txn STZAC, It prompts: " Client 000 has status 'not modifiable'. so basically, I have to make modifiable in se06 >> settings. right?

    Plz confirm.

    Thanks,

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 07:53 PM

    HI,

    I have changed time but when I clicked save, it prompted for customizing rquest, what should I type into following options?

    1. Table Content: TTZCU

    2. Request: ___________?

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 07:57 PM

    One more question,

    I have to change time for both right? System time zone & user's default time zone?

    Do I have to check mark to 'Time zones active?

    Thanks,

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      One more question,

      I have to change time for both right? System time zone & user's default time zone?

      <b>Usually your system time zone</b>

      Do I have to check mark to 'Time zones active?

      <b>select</b>

      Thanks,

      prince Jose

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:15 PM

    Alf,

    SAP picks time from OS .. For changeing system/user's default timezone use Txn STZAC.

    Usually the CCMS alert from Solman shows UTC time . You can change this by putting a parameter ( TIME_ZONE ) with your time zone as value ( eg : EST ) in your auto reaction method ( eg: Z:CCMS_OnAlert_Email_V2_Central )

    Thanks

    Prince Jose

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 06:34 PM

    Hi Prince,

    Cool!! Just wanted to confirm and clear things up.

    1. My OS time is PST and upto date. I have checked by typing date in unix.

    2. As you have mentioned (Txn STZAC). I think STZAC is a T-code in which I can change time zone but what is Txn? Also, when changing time zone, do I have to make client modifiable in se06?

    3. As you have also wrote that I can add (TIME_ZOME) in parameter of Auto-reaction Z_method. Just to confirm, is that how I will add.

    Parameter Name: Time_Zone

    Parameter Value: PST

    on the Parameter value, do I need to add any syntax or characters such as $PST, (pst) etc...

    Thanks for your help!

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      Alf,

      TXn is transaction ( t- code ) , thats my short form 😊 .. In ST06 its not necessary but check your SCC4 client settings. It should be open for changes and depending on your setting it may ask you to create a change request.

      PST is fine. Dont add $

      Thanks

      Prince Jose

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:28 PM

    Prince,

    Thanks for your help. I have done it.

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 08:35 PM

    Prince,

    Do you knowledge regarding my new post. please let me know if you know anything.

    subject for pst: Question Regarding Add-on PI_ Basis 2003_1_620, PI_BASIS 2005_1_6260

    Thanks,

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