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SAP Business Warehouse: Reset source system with function blocks
I believe that in ten years, enterprises will be able to choose from a variety of platforms for multi-cloud automation. As a result, installation costs will no longer run into the tens of thousands and migrations and upgrades will no longer consume millions.

Today, "SAP Basis" often does not mean (only) the software architecture. Instead, the term is not infrequently a task description. This refers to the basic administration of the system: installation and configuration, resource management, maintenance and monitoring of a company's SAP setups. This can include user management, patch management and system monitoring. Backup policy, rights management and daily maintenance tasks are also responsibilities of Basis admins.
Planning and design of the system landscape, system layout, hardware sizing, system monitoring
The dataowner should be the adm of the target system, which you can change (in the Unix console) with "chown adm K12345.DEV" (respectively R12345.DEV for the data file). To change the access permissions, you can use the command "chmod 664 K12345.DEV". Attach transport jobs in the SAP system Once this has been done, you can attach the transport orders in your SAP system to the import queue. This is done by using the STMS -> Import Overview (F5) to display the import queues. Select the import queue of the target system with a double click. After that, you will receive a pop-up under "Additions"->"More orders"->"Attach", which you can use to attach the transport orders to the import queue. In the pop-up you have to name the exact transport order. The correct name for this is as follows: The first three characters are the file extension of the two files you copied into the transport directory. The last characters consist of the file name of the cofiles file. In our example transport the transport would be called "DEVK12345" (deriving from the cofiles file K12345.DEV) This should now return a positive message from SAP and the transport is attached to the import queue. Now you can import this transport into the system just like any ordinary transport order. Step-by-step Summary Copy Cofiles/data file to transport directory Normally /usr/sap/trans, if not —> AL11 -> DIR_TRANS Customise file owners and permissions chown adm chmod 664 In SAP system: STMS -> Import Overview -> Select Import Queue -> Additions -> Additional Jobs -> Attach Enter Transport Jobs ().

However, the system modifiability has no influence on customising changes that are customised by the client. If you want to set the customising changes to customise, you must go to the client control. You can achieve this either by pressing the button "Client Control" when changing the system or by calling the table T000 via the transaction SM30. If you are now in the list of clients, you can double-click on the respective row to jump into the settings of the respective client. Here you can also make the desired settings and save them. Step-by-Step Tutorials System Modifiability (Customising Settings and Repository Objects that are independent of the client) Call the SE06 and click on "System Modifiability". Adjust the desired objects and global setting, depending on your request. Save the changes. Client control (custom customising settings) Call the T000 table in the SM30. Double click on the desired client. Change the settings here depending on your request. Save your changes.

Tools such as "Shortcut for SAP Systems" are extremely useful in basic administration.

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Both have advantages and disadvantages, which I would like to explain in the following.
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