Connecting to an SAP Server

Connecting to an SAP Server - Client 255 User and...

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To connect to an SAP Application server Windows 1. Go to: Start All Programs SAP Front End SAP Logon 2. Click on the [ New ] button. 3. Select User Specified System Option, next 4. Every server has a different setting. For this course enter the following information: a. Description: ISE 583 – BASEL - Client 255 b. Application Server: basel.cob.csuchico.edu c. Instance Number: 26 d. System ID: BAS e. SAP Router String: 5. Next, next
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6. Language: English 7. Finish 8. You will now see a list of SAP systems you can connect to. This list will grow depending on your classes and assignments. 9. Select the desired system then click on the [Log On] button. The SAP Logon window should appear, prompting you for a
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Unformatted text preview: Client 255 , User and Password (posted on Blackboard) 10. To modify the appearance (font, colors etc.) of your SAPGUI, go to Start → All Programs → SAP Front End → SAP GUI Configuration MAC OS 1. Go to SAP Clients SAP GUI for Java 2. Click on New to add a new connection. 3. Type ISE 583 - BASEL - GBI Client 255 for Description, and click on the Advanced Tab. 4. Place a check mark on "Expert Mode" and put the following code in the box: conn=/H/basel.cob.csuchico.edu/S/3226 & clnt=255 5. Save, and connect 6. User and Password (posted on Blackboard) 7. You should see the SAP Easy Access Screen...
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