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Set user on BSP node in SICF

Hi there,

Not sure whether this is a question for here, but maybe someone has experience similar issues before.

In production, I am trying to set a communication user on an BSP node in SICF. The reason for this is that the information provided by the BSP is generally available and does not require a SAP login.

It seems the system needs to be open for modification in order to set the user. So, no problem, I tried to transport this setting. However, the user and password were not transported. So, I had the system opened and tried to set the user manually in the system. I got the error: "Password has expired", although the password of the communication user could not have expired already.

Also, the BSP is in our customer namespace. So even though the system might be opened for configuration, you still require a valid change license for the namespace in that system...

does anyone have any ideas or knows how to get around this problem ?



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 11:33 AM

    What SP level is your system?

    Typically in our production system we go into SICF, set the user name and password and no problems.

    You might want to contact the OSS with this one.

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2004 at 11:40 AM

    I am on 620 SP42 and I experience the same problem you describe except I have never seen the password expired part of it. I always have to open the system and create a transport in Production for the change. I too have tried transporting SICF definitions from Dev to Production and the username and password don't carry over.

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