SAP R/3 Installation final step – setup database system common parameters, passwords

Database system common parameters:

SAP-Database-System-Common-Parameters SAP-Installation-Entering-password-for-User

entering password for <domain>/<sysid>adm entering password for service

SAP-Installation-SAP-Services-DEV

choose location for KERNEL installation files SAP System service ports

SAP-Installation-File-browser-on-localhost

Installation progress screen

SAP-Installation-Progress

After the finalization you will see “Installation finished successfully” Dialog Box. Click on Log button to see the installation log for the SAP Instance.

SAP R/3 Installation – Choose Message port, Gateway port, Dispatcher port and System Instance Directories

In the next step, it will ask for the database details. Choose DEV for database system ID and also type in the host name (name of the NT Machine). In my case it is ”CHALAKI”

SAP-Installation-System-Common-Parameters

Click next. The following screen will appear. Here choose Local Installation

Note the name of the Instance DVEBMGS00 indicating it has D (Dialog work process), V (Update work process), E (Enqueue work process), B (Background work process) and MGS (Message Server) and appended with the instance id (00 in this case). Also notice that the total RAM is divided into two parts and 60% is by default allocated to instance. The other can be used for Oracle RDBMS server. Of course you can modify these numbers and allocate according to your wish.

SAP-Instance-Host-information

Choose how much RAM you want to use for the SAP systems instance here. More info here
SAP-Installation-System-Services-Ports

Above, you will choose 3600 for message port. Other ports are automatically allocated

Common sap protocol ports used:

  • 3300 for Gateway Central Instance Port
  • 3200 for Dispatcher Port
  • 4700 for Dispatcher Port
  • 3300 fro Gateway Port
  • 4800 for Gateway security Port

SAP-Installation-System-Instance-Directories

Host with transport directory

This is the common transport directory for all the R/3 Systems which will centrally manage your transports. You can simplify the maintenance of the transport directory by maintaining the directory at a single point. The advantage of a central transport host is that you have to maintain only one central entry when moving the transport directory to another host. To do this, specify the name of the central transport host, where your central transport directory is located, in the Domain Name Server (DNS) for all Windows systems.
SAP-Installation-CD-Browser

In the next screen choose the drive for installing SAP R/3 4.7.2 central instance.

How to Install SAP R/3 Enterprise Edition (EE) on Windows Server 2003

SAP R/3 Landscapes

SAP R/3 can be installed into three landscapes

Single System Landscape

All three SAP Installations or Systems runing on the same host. DEV, QAS and PROD SAP systems will run on this host

Preparation
Step 1: Configure 3 times RAM size for the size of Page file or Windows virtual memory
Step 2: Install j2sdk 1.4.2
Step 3: Create Java Environment variables
Step 4: Install RDBMS Component

Installation of SAPInst (Installation Program for SAP R/3) program onto the Windows 2003 server.

Step1: Install SAPInst program in the default location

In this step, we will install SAPInst (Installation Program for SAP R/3) program onto the server. This will create the SAPInst program executables onto the server”s hard drive at ”C:/SAPinst ORACLE SAPINST” directory. Once installed you will use this program to install SAP R/3 4.7 EE.

  • Run dump\47SAPINST\SAPINST\NT\SETUP.CMD
  • It will start a command window as shown
  • after few seconds it will launch a GUI window as shown
  • Next Click on I Agree.
  • Choose Standard Install Type and click on next button. The following screen will come up that asks for SAPInst Installation Parameters.
  • Click on Start Button. SAPInst Installation process starts with the following screen showing up. This screen shows the installation progress for SAPInst program.

Once the installation is done, the following message box pops up, indicating the successful installation of SAPInst program on to the server. It will ask you to reboot the machine. Click YES and it wil automatically reboot the server. Upon re-start, the SAPInst program will run automatically.

Step 1.1: Verify If the SAPInst is installed properly

a) Make sure the following directory C:\SAPinst ORACLE SAPINST is created and looks as shown below:
b) Go to Start menu and look for a new group created called “ SAPinst ORACLE SAPINST” and contains the four items:

1) Prepare New Installation
2) Remove SAPInst Files
3) SAPInst GUI
4) SAPInst Server Only
5) SAPInst Server with GUI

SAP-System-Common-Parameters

Step 2: Install Central Instance

Prepare New Installation
Run All Programs → SAPinst ORACLE SAPINST → Prepare New Installation
Press any key and the cmd window will close. Now you are ready to run the “SAP Inst Server with GUI” command from the start menu.

Run “SAPInst Server with GUI” command from the start menu.
Go to Start menu, click on All Programs-> SAPinst ORACLE SAPINST → SAP Inst Server with GUI
The following screen will appear:

Click next and this screen will appear as shown below. Here you will provide the SAP System Id (use DEV for development, QAS for testing and PRD for production). The first time you run this program you will choose “Create Central Instance”

In the next screen, choose instance number 00 (for central Instance) and click next.

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