Configuration of the SAP System

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To connect the SAP system with the HTTP content server and make all necessary settings, we recommend following the SAP guidelines using the SPRO transaction under Netware > Application Server > Basis Services > ArchiveLink.

For customizing the interface for print lists and outbound documents, we recommend attending the SAP course BIT615.

For filing reorg data, we recommend attending the SAP course BIT660.

The main transactions required to establish a connection are listed below:

Transaction OAC0 defines one or several repositories.

This and all further activities within the SAP system have to be undertaken by the SAP system administrator or another authorized user of the customer.

These activities include:

  • For the first time:

    • Creation of a communication user (SU01) with the corresponding authorizations (SAP_BC_ENDUSER, SAP_BC_SRV_ARL_ADMIN, SAP_BC_SRV_ARL_USER, SAP_BC_SRV_COM_ADMIN)

    • ArchiveLink: maintenance of basic settings (OAG1)

    • Creation of number range intervals (OANR) for print lists

    • Create log (OAA3) or import prepared transports from OPTIMAL SYSTEMS with the log.

    • Creation of an archive device (name ARCH) as output device (SPAD), assignment of the SAP ArchiveLink archiver, hostspool access method (I: archiver)

  • One or several times; depending on how many content repositories have to be defined:

    • Creation of a content repository (OAC0)
      DocArea – ArchiveLink
      Filing method – HTTP content server
      Log – OPTIMALA
      Version no. – 0046 or 0047
      http script – cs/contentserver
      Output device – ARCH
      HTTP server – name or IP address of the server on which yuuvis® RAD repository-manager is running
      Port number – The port used to access yuuvis® RAD repository-manager (default: 8010).

    • After successful configuration of yuuvis® RAD repository-manager, the certificate (OAC0/CSADMIN) has to be sent and activated for each repository.