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Config through SolMan and lock SPRO on ECC?

Hi all,

My client wants to use SolMan 7.1 for all configuration and lock SPRO on ECC systems.

1) Is it possible to lock SPRO completely at ECC side and enforce everyone to use SolMan for configuration?

2) In what cases we need to open SPRO at ECC?

Someone from my project was mentioning that some custom configuration or special settings needs to be done in ECC and for that have to logon ECC system and use SPRO. Is that true?

Thanks for looking this problem. Any suggestions or comments will be helpful and appreciated!

Regards,

Shaun

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 11:22 AM

    Hi

    You might check this thread too for how to lock spro

    How disable SPRO from Sap_new and Sap_All profile

    if all the users have documented the config elements in solar02 of solman then only it is possible for you to lock spro of satellite system.

    because if they want to config anything which is not there it wil be a problem

    secondly if they say smthng is not there in solar02 they can try manual addition in solar02 and then you can lock spro in satellite

    hope above helps

    regards

    prakhar

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    • hi

      yes goto config tab in solar02 ..choose any of the below option with logical component or system you want

      BMTR Add-On Transport Request

      SCPR BC Set

      TWBC CATT

      CRM_WEBCLIENT CRM WebClient Application

      ECTC eCATT Test Configuration

      COBJ IMG Object

      WDY_JAVA_SOLMAN Java Web Dynpro

      BMRE Program

      BMTA Transaction

      thus later you can click and goto the system you want ....for e.g if users want to go config in PPOMA_CRM tcode you can add that here and on clicking it will guide you to ecc system

      hope it helps

      regards

      prakhar

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