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Central User Administration

Hello,

i want to realize a central user administration between two different SAP Systems.

In an testing environment i realized it between two logical systems with different mandants in one SAP system.

Now it should work between two hosts. For example SAP1 192.168.150.1 and SAP2 192.168.150.2. What are the differences i have to consider?

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2005 at 06:39 AM

    NOt sure I understand what you want to do.

    CUA is connected via RFC destination to a system and Client ("Mandant") and therefore the host is defined there.

    For example I have CUA connected to 15 different Clients located on 7 different physical hosts.

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2005 at 09:32 PM

    The only difference is that you have to define the same logical system name on both sides:

    1. Cerate logical system name on SAP1 for SAP1 (sale -> sending receiving sys. -> log.sys. -> define log.sys)

    2. Assign it to your mandant

    3. Create the same (from step 1) logical system name on SAP2

    4. On SAP2 create the RFC Destination with exactly the same name as your logical system defined in step 1 pointing to hostname or ip of SAP1 (this links remote logical system name with remote SAP system)

    5. Do the same steps (1-4) from SAP2 point of view

    Hope this helps.

    -- Grzegorz Malewski

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks, i think it's clear now. I have only a documetation to realize it between two mandants on one SAP instance. I know that the configuration between other SAP instances will be different. Now, fortunately, i know how i have to start. Thanks for it!

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