SWF_APPL_DISPLAY Evaluate application log
Error minimization & data security
The Queue determines which support packages are inserted into your system in which order by the SAP Patch Manager. If the queue is not yet fully defined, you must define the queue from the available support packages. If the Queue is already fully defined, it is only displayed; they no longer have the ability to change the selection. However, you can delete the queue completely with Queue [page 37]. Note that your system is inconsistent when you delete the queue after objects have been imported (for example, after an error in the DDIC_IMPORT step and following). The deletion in these SPAM steps should only be used for troubleshooting and you should repeat the insertion of the support packages as soon as possible. The SPAM transaction ensures that only support packages that match your system are displayed in the queue. Support packages intended for another release or an uninstalled add-on will not appear in the queue, even if they are loaded into your SAP system. For more information, see Rules for the Queue [page 19]. You must define the queue before you insert support packages. Prerequisites You have loaded the appropriate support packages with the SPAM into your SAP system [page 15]. Procedure To define a queue, select View/Define SPAM on the entry screen of the transaction. The Select Component dialogue box appears. You will see the list of installed software components (e.g. SAP_BASIS, SAP_HR, SAP_BW, Add-On). Select the desired component. You see the available queue. This queue contains the support packages available for the selected component in your system, and any required Conflict Resolution Transports (CRT), as well as associated Add-On Support Packages. You can: If the queue you see matches your wishes, you can accept the queue with Queue confirm and leave this selection window.
A role concept according to best practice protects you from potential attacks within your SAP landscape. However, to protect your system from unauthorized access via the network, the SAP Gateway must be configured correctly. It enables the use of external programs via interfaces or the call of ABAP programs and serves as a technical component of the application server, which manages the communication of all RFC-based functions.
PI Interfaces, Web Services (Process Integration/Orchestration)
To view the software components installed in your SAP system with their respective package levels, select Status Package Levels. A dialogue box appears listing the installed software components with additional information. For more information on this dialogue, please refer to the Online Manual. SPAM: ABAP/Dynpro Generation Usage For performance reasons, the SPAM is set by default to prevent ABAP/Dynpro generation from occurring during the commit. The corresponding programmes are not generated until they are called. However, you can set the SPAM so that the generation takes place during the recording. It is quite possible that the SPAM will report errors during generation because, for example, a self-written or modified report is syntactically wrong and refers to an object that is being played over the cue. Often it is desirable to ignore the generation errors for the time being and to fix them after inserting them. Prerequisites to play Support Packages.
The presentation layer is used to visualize the applications and data for the user. The presentation is done with the help of a graphical user interface (GUI). Furthermore, the presentation view consists of several modules, which are also summarized as SAP GUI. SAP Fiori is the presentation layer of the next generation and is therefore particularly user-friendly.
"Shortcut for SAP Systems" makes it easier and quicker to complete a number of SAP basis tasks.
This simplification and bundling of the product portfolios should also reduce the administrative burden when ordering, activating, changing, terminating and, of course, invoicing.
Characteristics for describing the costs are the specificity of the task and the embossing by unit cost degression, i.e. decreasing costs with increasing number of tasks or performance.