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Bi 7.0 / Netweaver 2004s

Dear Gurus,

We have recently completed our new installation of SAP BI on netweaver 2004s after several months of painstaking efforts to resolve the issues one by one .. We have a dual stack installation and all functionalities including Bex, Information Broadcasting, Planning modeler etc are working perfectly. The supportdesk tool also shows completely green now.

Currently, Java is linked to client 001 in ABAP and accepts the users defined in 001 only while logging on to Bex or the portal. We would like to use client 200 where all our users are defined for the aunthentication which is not happening even though we have defined SSO and related client ACLs correctly.

How can we change the authentications in java from default client 001 to client 200 in ABAP? Thanks a lot


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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 11:41 AM


    try this

    Change ume.r3.connection.master.client from 001 to 200 using Visual administrator.

    configuration Adapter service > cluster_data > server > cfg > services > >

    in this change ume.r3.connection.master.client from 001 to 200

    Save & Exit

    let me know the output.


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    • Former Member

      Hi Praveen,

      I tried the SAP note 917950 in the meantime and it worked. The solution was to change the client to 200 from 001 in UME configuration in the portal. Java has to be restarted for the changes to take effect. Thanks for you reply.


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