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Hi

After creating a new BSP-application automatically a node in the service tree has been created as well. The new node is located under the node sap/bc/bsp/sap. Is it possible and senseful to directly put a new application under a own node at the highst level of the tree ? I would like to create e.g the node "ourcompany" and put all the inhouse development there.

Christian

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2004 at 01:10 PM

    Yes this is possible, do it like this:

    1. go into transaction "SICF" an create under default_host (where the first sap node is)

    a new sub element - best is to enter here your company name

    2. open this new sub element and create a new service there - alias on a existing service

    and then activate it and you have your new alias,

    So you can use in browser line now: http://your SAP server name/your company/start/default.htm

    COuld I help you with that??

    Greets Matthias

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    • Former Member Norbert Geitlinger

      Christian asked the exact question I was about to ask. And yes, I don't want to use an alias but rather place my BSP service directly under my own customer namespace, as the SAP Library recommends. But I don't see from your replies how you did this. First, do you have to have and use a reserved customer namespace, as opposed to just creating a node with any old name? And second, how do you get around the SE80 (SAP WEB AS 6.20) automatically creating the service for me in the sap namespace?

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