What is SAP BI Security? SAP authorization Objects

The below Step-By-step guide will help the SAP BI Security process. New Security Features Web tools for modeling, development, administration and deployment SAP BI Security is similar to R/3 Security which consists of SU20, SU21, SU22, SU25 with authorization field, activities, authorization objects, authorization classes, authorization profiles,

How to Enter Exchange rates in SAP? Exchange rates Types

We have to enter the exchange rates to all exchange rate types if necessary or if you are following one type of rate, we can maintain the rates for that type only. Give the details as under Give exchange rate type :B Give valid from date:010406 Give ratio from:1

What is Automatic Clearing in SAP Configuration?

Automatic clearing in SAP is one of the functionality used to clear the accounts with open and clear items. And further used group the open items basing on some criteria and clears them according to the criteria. Automatic clearing in SAP Steps  Prepare Automatic clearing: Menu Path:

What is SAP Router? and How to Configure SAP Router?

SAP router is an executable file downloaded from service market place. It will be in the run directory (Older versions). For latest version we need to download from the Market place.what is sap router means. Prerequisites (Till 6th point is from SAP Website not from Willsys Notes)

How to Configure Maintenance Optimizer in SAP?

Maintenance Optimizer is a tool provided by SAP to ensure that all the support packages that are released after April 2007 related to Netweaver will be approved and downloaded through MOPZ we can add support packages to the download basket in the Market place. https://websmp203-sap-ag.de/swdc Support packages

Types of Work Process in SAP

Even though the work processes are unique at OS level SAP differentiated between the work process based on the nature of work. The work process are determined by the instance name DVEBMGS<Instance_No> For Dialogue instances the work process will be denoted as D01, D02…. D – Dialogue V