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WDEBU7 Workshop Chapter 05 SMTP & SAP Connect settings

Roland Kramer - SAP Solutions Business Development, SAP EMEA Version: October 2009

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Checking the Web Reporting Settings in SPRO

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Additional Notes for the WAS settings and the web Reporting: Note 434918: DNS configuration for BSP Applications on W2K icm/host_name_full = server.domain.ext http://server.domain.ext:1080/sap/bc/bsp/sap/it00/default.htm Note 550669: Compressed transfer of BI web Applications Note 561792: Client-sided caching of image/gif files Note 517484: Inactive services in the Internet Communication Framework Note 529793: Missing error text in the Internet Explorer browser Note 622130: Timeout problems in BI web Applications Note 619884: Integration of BSP applications in BI web Applications Note 498936: Log on/password change in web with BI3.0B or higher Note 516884: Anonymous logon with BI 3.0A/B and SAP web App. Server Note 517860: Logging on to BSP applications (Check the Documents in the Append of the Note) Note 434918: DNS configuration for BSP Applications on Windows 2000 Note 616900: BSP FAQ -- Frequently Asked Questions Note 677118: SP31-> Fully Qualified Domain Names Check

Checking the WAS Parameters with RZ10

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Binding Ports Lower Than 1024 on UNIX With the Internet Communication Manager (ICM) you can bind ports with numbers 0 up to and including 1023 (well known ports) on Unix systems too. The external binding program icmbnd included in the standard delivery is used for this. Usually the ICM itself binds the ports. If you want to use icmbnd to bind configured ports, change the parameter specification for icm/server_port_<xx> in the profile (transaction RZ11). Integration On Unix systems only users with superuser authorizations can bind ports with numbers lower than 1024. For this reason either the ICM process must be provided with these authorizations, or the port must be bound by an external program and then the listen socket transferred to the ICM. Activating External Binding To ensure the ICM itself does not attempt to bind the port, you specify an additional option when you are configuring ports with icm/server_port_<xx>: EXTBIND=1 The format of this parameter is: icm/server_port_1 = PROT=HTTP, PORT=8080, TIMEOUT=30, EXTBIND=1 Usually icmbnd is called directly from the ICM, though the program can also be called from external systems to make new ports known to the ICM. icmbnd can also be used to bind ports >= 1024, but then the startup time of the ICM is longer. icmbnd is also available for Windows. As the user <sid>adm can bind any number of ports on this system, there is no need to use the icmbnd here.

Pre requisites for the Use of SMTP Service

Note 455140 - Configuration of e-mail, fax, paging or SMS using SMTP Configuration

Instance Profile Parameter

1. 2. 3.

icm/plugin_<*> = PROT=SMTP,PLG=<prog> icm/server_port_<*> = PROT=SMTP,PORT=<port> is/SMTP/virt_host_<*> = <host>:<port>,<port>...; System User for the Service is needed. Use the Profile S_A.SCON Enter the Internet Mail Address for every User in their Profile in SU01. Host data Service data Handler list Default domain Node (SMTP, HTTP or RFC)

User Maintenance (transaction SU01)

Client assignment (transaction SICF)

a) b) c)

SAPconnect administration (transaction SCOT)

a) b)

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Additional Information and Details can be found in the Notes 455140 and 455142. The Basis Configuration is already made in the Webreporting Section, so this Checklist gives you a Summary and an Additional Transaction is introduced (SCOT).

Activating the SMTP Host (SEM/NetWeaver related)

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The marked Option activates also the underlying service (Recommended). Please use this Option whenever Possible. Setting Up the web Administration Interface You have package ICMADMIN.SAR. To find out where to find it or to get the latest version in the actual DW* 7.00 package which you can download from the SAP service portal. It is downwards compatible to 6.20. Procedure ... 1. Define the parameter icm/HTTP/admin_<xx> in the ICM profile in the line: icm/HTTP/admin_0 = PREFIX=/sap/admin,DOCROOT=./admin,HOST=xxx This sets the URL prefix for the administration to /sap/admin and the path for the ICP control files to./admin. 2. Specify this port with icm/server_port_<xx> as the ICM port. 3. Create an administration user as described under Creating Administration Users. The authorization file icmauth.txt will be generated. 4. Make sure that file icmauth.txt (the file name can be named something else in icm/HTTP/admin_<xx>) exists in the work directory. 5. Unpack package icmadmin.SAR with the ICP control files into a subdirectory with the name admin, by calling SAPCAR -xvf icmadmin.SAR admin. Result You can now use the web Administration Interface.

System User for the SMTP Service (inbound only!)

Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail.

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According the Notes 455140 and 455142 you have to create a Background User with the Profile S_A.SCON. This user will be used as a Default User (Similar like a anonymous User in a Web Server) for the SMTP Service. This step is only necessary if you want to receive internet e-mail on your BW system!!

Internet Address in the User Profile (inbound only!)

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Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail. Every User who wants to use the SMTP Service as an inbound service needs also an Internet Mail Address defined in the User profile.

Client assignment in SICF (inbound only!)

Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail.

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Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail.

Service data of the SMTP Host (inbound only!)

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Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail. In the Details of the Service Data from SMTP you fill in the Default User The Host Data and the Handler List is automatically filled by the Parameter which are activated in the Instance Profile of the SAP Sytem


Details of the SMTP Host shown with SICF

Note: Only required if receiving inbound internet mail.

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Set the Internet Default Domain with SCOT

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It is also necessary to Define the Default Domain in the Section of the Transaction SCOT. The Domain will be used for the Sending Process.


SAPconnect Administration (SCOT)

Double Click Details on next slide

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Enter the external Address of the SMTP Server

Default *: all e-mails will be sent via SMTP.

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The only external Programm will be entered here. It is only necessary to put in the IP Address and the Port of the Mail Application. If the Programm is already on the SAP Sytem you can put in the Servers Address. Here you can also define the Fax and for many Usage the SMS Service. Therefore you need an external Provider like on the Mobile Phone.


Create the Send Job in SCOT

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Define the Send Options

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Go to SAP Office Outbox with transaction SO02

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Sending e-mails

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Receiving e-mails in Outlook

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Details for the settings in Transaction SCOT

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Additional Notes: Note 607108 - Problem analysis when sending or receiving e-mails Note 149926 - Secure e-mail: encryption, digital signature Transaction SCOT Report RSCONN05


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