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http: 404 when starting 'manage user data' in EBP/SRM for the firs time.

We are customizing SRM 3.0 EBP 4.0 with SAPKU40005.

When we tried to create the first users we started to receive the following error 'http: 404 Page not Found' when starting 'manage user data'. (URL: http://[server]/sap/bc/bsp/bbpusermaint/!?client=400&language=EN&~logingroup=SPACE&addSession=1&parentBbpSession=SRP:[server]:0000.0005.d5ffd7b2.d87e

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I've created the ADMIN user in the SU01 transaction. When logon in mySRM browser with this or any administrator user and try to 'manage user data' i get this error.

I've looked in the '(...)inetpub\wwwroot\sap' directory and didn't found any 'bc/bsp/...' directory.

Can someone please give me an hint ....

Tanks

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2004 at 08:41 AM

    Hello Carlos,

    the BSP Framework you are now in has nothing to do with the ITS stuff like inetpub or wwwroot.

    Get the docu for Web AS 6.20 and have a look into transaction SICF. There you can activate your application: follow the path sap/bc/bsp/bbpusermaint, right mouse click on the "node" and say activate.

    This maybe solves your problem. But read a little bit of the doco on Internet Communication Framework (TX SICF) first.

    Regards, Bernd

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