Well, now that I have someone else working with me, I needed to be able to get the system up and running so he can help with testing and data stuff. Since logging into SAP doesn’t always work behind a firewall, I figured I should get the SAP webgui turned on. Well, I stumbled upon a blog: (I just subscribed to his RSS, since I can always use extra basis help).
Anyway, here are the simple steps to turning on the SAP webgui (provided your server is available to the outside world. See my previous post: http://paperstreetenterprises.com/networking-sap…l-server-world/
Check if you have activated:
1) With transaction SICF and locate the services by path
2)With Transaction SE80 locate from the menu, Utilities –> Settings–>Internet Transaction Server (Tab)–>Publish (Tab) and set “On Selected
Site” = INTERNAL.
This restricts the publication in the next step to the integrated (internal) ITS. Please note, on my ERP 6.0 SR3 system I didn’t need to do this. My system was already set to INTERNAL.
3)In SE80 only, Locate the Internet Services: SYSTEM and WEBGUI.
Publish these services with the Context Menu -> Publish -> Complete Service
4)Now Browse to http://<server>:<icmport>/sap/bc/gui/sap/its/webgui/! and login to the webgui.
Thanks for reading…