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Adding existing systems to a new Solution Manager 7.0 Ehp1 system

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We've just installed a new Solution Manager 7.0 Ehp1 system, we have a 3 system landscape in action, please need your help to connect these systems with this new Solution Manager system. The post installation Initial Configuration and Basic Configuration has been performed successfully. Also need your help with Maintenance Optimizer configuration and setting up EWA.

Please do share experiences, links and documents for the above.

Thanks in advance,

Best Regards,

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  • Posted on May 26, 2011 at 01:03 PM

    Page 65-67 of Netweaver EHP2 Upgrade Guide found in service.sap.com/instguides.

    You can use the explanation below to configure MOPZ and maintain systems in SMSY.

    4.5.2Configuration of the Maintenance Optimizer

    You have to configure the Maintenance Optimizer. For a list of configuration tasks, see the Maintenance Optimizer Configuration Guide.

    Make sure that you run the guided procedure SOLMAN_SETUP after every installation or update of SAP Solution Manager and that it completes successfully.

    Related Documents

    Available at...Maintenance Optimizer Configuration Guide http://service.sap.com /mopz (link at the bottom of the page)

    4.5.3Maintaining System Landscape Information

    The Maintenance Optimizer relies upon up-to-date information about your system landscape. Therefore you have to maintain this data in SAP Solution Manageru2019s system landscape (transaction SMSY). In the following, you will find the description how to maintain this data. If you already have maintained the system landscape data, then check if the data is correct.

    If you use the System Landscape Directory (SLD), then use it to capture the system data.

    If you do not use the System Landscape Directory (for example, if you have a pure ABAP system), you use RFC connections to maintain the data.

    Procedure

    Maintaining the System Landscape Data Using SLD

    1.

    Register both Java systems and ABAP systems that you want to update in your central SLD.

    The central SLD can either be on your SAP Solution Manager system, or you can have a separate system where you run the SLD (central runtime SLD). If you use a central runtime SLD, make sure that it is synchronized with the local SLD of your SAP Solution Manager system.

    4.5.3Maintaining System Landscape Information

    The Maintenance Optimizer relies upon up-to-date information about your system landscape. Therefore you have to maintain this data in SAP Solution Manageru2019s system landscape (transaction SMSY). In the following, you will find the description how to maintain this data. If you already have maintained the system landscape data, then check if the data is correct.

    If you use the System Landscape Directory (SLD), then use it to capture the system data.

    If you do not use the System Landscape Directory (for example, if you have a pure ABAP system), you use RFC connections to maintain the data.

    Procedure

    Maintaining the System Landscape Data Using SLD

    1.

    Register both Java systems and ABAP systems that you want to update in your central SLD.

    The central SLD can either be on your SAP Solution Manager system, or you can have a separate system where you run the SLD (central runtime SLD). If you use a central runtime SLD, make sure that it is synchronized with the local SLD of your SAP Solution Manager system.

    4.

    Create an RFC connection

    1.

    Choose the Client tab for your system.

    2.

    Maintain at least client 000.

    3.

    Create an RFC connection between the Solution Manager and the system you want to update using the RFC Assistant.

    5.

    Start the data transfer

    To initiate the remote transfer of system data from the target system, choose the Read System Data Remote.

    RECOMMENDATION

    We recommend you to schedule automatic data transfers using transaction SMSY_SETUP.

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  • Posted on May 26, 2011 at 12:18 PM

    Hi

    For al the configuration on solman refer this solman setup wiki page

    [Solman Setup|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/SMSETUP/Home]

    and regarding to add new systems check the below blog under the section 2 onwards

    [/people/federico.babelis2/blog/2006/04/25/system-monitoring-configuration-guide-for-dummies|/people/federico.babelis2/blog/2006/04/25/system-monitoring-configuration-guide-for-dummies]

    regarding MOPZ config also follow the below wiki [MOPZ guide|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/SM/Maintenance+Optimizer]

    Thanks,

    Jansi

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    Posted on May 30, 2011 at 07:54 AM

    Thanks All!

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