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User Manual 28 03 2008,Copyright 2008 SAP AG All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or for any purpose. without the express permission of SAP AG The information contained herein may be. changed without prior notice, Some software products marketed by SAP AG and its distributors contain proprietary. software components of other software vendors, Microsoft Windows Outlook and PowerPoint are registered trademarks of Microsoft. Corporation, IBM DB2 DB2 Universal Database OS 2 Parallel Sysplex MVS ESA AIX S 390 AS 400. OS 390 OS 400 iSeries pSeries xSeries zSeries z OS AFP Intelligent Miner. WebSphere Netfinity Tivoli Informix i5 OS POWER POWER5 OpenPower and PowerPC. are trademarks or registered trademarks of IBM Corporation. Adobe the Adobe logo Acrobat PostScript and Reader are either trademarks or registered. trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and or other countries. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation. UNIX X Open OSF 1 and Motif are registered trademarks of the Open Group. Citrix ICA Program Neighborhood MetaFrame WinFrame VideoFrame and MultiWin are. trademarks or registered trademarks of Citrix Systems Inc. HTML XML XHTML and W3C are trademarks or registered trademarks of W3C World. Wide Web Consortium Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Java is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems Inc. JavaScript is a registered trademark of Sun Microsystems Inc used under license for. technology invented and implemented by Netscape,MaxDB is a trademark of MySQL AB Sweden.
SAP R 3 mySAP mySAP com xApps xApp SAP NetWeaver and other SAP products and. services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered. trademarks of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries all over the world All other. product and service names mentioned are the trademarks of their respective companies. Data contained in this document serves informational purposes only National product. specifications may vary, These materials are subject to change without notice These materials are provided by SAP. AG and its affiliated companies SAP Group for informational purposes only without. representation or warranty of any kind and SAP Group shall not be liable for errors or. omissions with respect to the materials The only warranties for SAP Group products and. services are those that are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such. products and services if any Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an. additional warranty,System Landscape Directory 2,User Manual 28 03 2008. Icons in Body Text,Icon Meaning,Recommendation, Additional icons are used in SAP Library documentation to help you identify different types of. information at a glance For more information see Help on Help General Information. Classes and Information Classes for Business Information Warehouse on the first page of any. version of SAP Library,Typographic Conventions,Type Style Description. Example text Words or characters quoted from the screen These include field. names screen titles pushbuttons labels menu names menu paths. and menu options,Cross references to other documentation.
Example text Emphasized words or phrases in body text graphic titles and table. EXAMPLE TEXT Technical names of system objects These include report names. program names transaction codes table names and key concepts of a. programming language when they are surrounded by body text for. example SELECT and INCLUDE, Example text Output on the screen This includes file and directory names and their. paths messages names of variables and parameters source text and. names of installation upgrade and database tools, Example text Exact user entry These are words or characters that you enter in the. system exactly as they appear in the documentation. Example text Variable user entry Angle brackets indicate that you replace these. words and characters with appropriate entries to make entries in the. EXAMPLE TEXT Keys on the keyboard for example F2 or ENTER. System Landscape Directory 3,User Manual 28 03 2008. System Landscape Directory 6,Common Information Model 7. Working with SLD 8,Technical Systems 9,Creating New Web AS ABAP Technical Systems 10.
Creating New Web AS Java Technical Systems 11,Creating New Standalone Technical Systems 12. Creating New Third Party Technical Systems 12,Landscapes 13. Creating and Removing Landscapes 14,Adding and Removing Systems 15. Creating and Removing Hosted Systems 16,Adding and Removing Sub Landscapes 17. Business Systems 18,Creating and Removing Business Systems 19.
Managing Business System Details 20,Creating and Removing Business System Groups 22. Software Catalog 22,Products and Software Components 23. Viewing the Software Catalog 24,Creating and Removing Third Party Products 26. Creating and Removing Third Party Software Components 27. Defining and Removing Software Dependencies 28,Name Reservation 29. Defining Name Prefixes for Development 30,Reserving Names 31.
Removing Name Prefixes and Names 31,Object Name Categories 32. Regular Administrative Tasks 34,Updating the Software Catalog 34. Exports and Backups of CIM Instances 35,Exporting CIM Instances 36. Backing Up CIM Instances 37,Performing Transports of SLD Data with CTS 38. Viewing Logs 39,Cleaning Up Data 41,Creating System Messages 41.
Maintaining SLD Content at CIM Instance Level 42,Using Namespaces to Test Data 43. System Landscape Directory 4,User Manual 28 03 2008. Using Exclusive Write Access 45,Configuring Systems to Connect to SLD 45. Architecture Overview of the SLD Data Suppliers 46. Connection Between Web AS ABAP Systems and SLD 48, Configuring the SLD Data Supplier Default Settings 48. Global Settings 49,Data Collection Programs 50,Scheduling the Data Collection Programs 51.
SLD Application Programming Interface for ABAP Based Systems 51. Creating an RFC Destination for the SLD ABAP API on the J2EE Side 52. Creating an RFC Destination for the SLD ABAP API on the ABAP Side 54. Creating an HTTP Destination for the SLD ABAP API on the ABAP Side 54. Connection Between Web AS Java Systems and SLD 55, Setting Up the SLD Data Supplier for J2EE Based Systems 56. Information About the SLD Data Supplier Service in the Visual Administrator 57. Configuring the Interface for CIM Client Generation 58. Connection Between Other SAP Systems and SLD 60, Configuring sldreg and Transferring Data to SLD 60. Configuring the SLD Bridge 61,System Landscape Directory 5. User Manual 28 03 2008,System Landscape Directory, The System Landscape Directory of SAP NetWeaver SLD serves as a central information. repository for your system landscape A system landscape consists of a number of hardware. and software components that depend on each other with regard to installation software. updates and demands on interfaces, Bear in mind that the abbreviation SLD is not intended to define a product since.
the System Landscape Directory is part of SAP NetWeaver This abbreviation is. only intended to improve readability,Integration, The figure below shows the flow of data between the SLD and other components. Applications,Applications and,Graphical Technical,Technical Validation. Validation Software,PPMS Design Tool Configuration. Configuration Registration Logistics,Synchronize XML. System Landscape,Landscape Any,Any Landscape,Repository.
Repository Directory,Directory Element,Customer Landscape. Component Landscape,Landscape WBEM,Types description XML. description,Combinations,Update Component,Component WBEM 33rdrd Party. Party Customer,Landscape information,information XML Component. Component Type types,SAP Customer, Information in the SLD is used by various SAP tools for example for planning and performing.
upgrades to the system landscape Software Lifecycle Manager of SAP NetWeaver finding. destination information for ABAP systems and Web services Web Dynpro and for. maintaining development information by the SAP NetWeaver Development Infrastructure. The SLD stores information about all installable and installed components of a system. landscape It is based on the standard Common Information Model page 7 CIM The. CIM standard is a general extensible schema for describing the elements in a system. landscape SAP has enhanced the CIM standard with classes for SAP specific. System Landscape Directory 6,User Manual 28 03 2008. SAP provides both a Web based user interface UI for interactive access and client. APIs for programmatic access in ABAP and Java, SAP provides information about installable SAP software dependencies and. recommended scenarios and regularly publishes updates on SAP Service. Marketplace You can browse this information in the software catalog page 22 views. You can also manually add information about third party components to the SLD. SAP software components that are installed on technical systems are registered. automatically and on a regular basis in the SLD Thus the SLD always contains up to. date information about the installed system landscape You can view this information in. the technical systems page 9 views and can aggregate and group it in the. landscapes page 13 views, In addition you can use the SLD for name reservation page 29 in the NWDI It. contains the master list of all reserved names used in development such as. development component names Java package names and database object names. The SAP NetWeaver Process Integration uses the SLD to store information about. business systems page 18 which are logically connected to technical systems. Additional Information, If you are reading this documentation offline bear in mind that this might not be. its latest version and that it might contain broken links You can find the latest. version on SAP Help Portal at http help sap com nw70 SAP. NetWeaver 7 0 Library English SAP NetWeaver Library SAP NetWeaver. by Key Capability Solution Life Cycle Management by Key Capability. Software Life Cycle Management System Landscape Directory. For more information about different landscape scenarios see the Planning Guide System. Landscape Directory at http www sdn sap com irj sdn nw sld. For more information about the post installation configuration of SLD see the Post Installation. Guide System Landscape Directory at http www sdn sap com irj sdn nw sld. Regular Administrative Tasks page 34,Configuring Systems to Connect to SLD page 45.
Common Information Model, The Common Information Model CIM is a standard of the Distributed Management Task. Force DMTF and is based on the object oriented modeling approach This standard. provides an implementation neutral schema to describe management information within a. computing environment For more information about CIM and DMTF see www dmtf org. CIM is designed to model hardware and software elements It provides a hierarchical set of. core classes which can be extended with application specific classes. The SLD is currently based on CIM model 2 6, Each CIM class has one or more key properties and a number of additional properties Each. class has an arbitrary number of instances which contain the actual data An instance can be. uniquely identified by its set of key values,System Landscape Directory 7. User Manual 28 03 2008, Classes can be grouped in schemas The SLD model provides three schemas component. data for installable software landscape data for installed software and hardware and name. reservation data used in software development, A special feature of CIM is the association between the classes Associations are also.
classes that have two reference keys each of which identifies exactly one CIM instance An. association therefore connects two instances as shown in the figure below. Reference Association Reference,Instance 1 Instance 2. Working with SLD, SLD is the central information repository for your system landscape It contains information. about technical systems landscapes business systems products and software components. in your system landscape You can view and manage this information in the SLD. Prerequisites, You have a user assigned to a particular SLD security role For more information about SLD. security roles see Configuring SLD Security Roles in the Post Installation Guide SLD for. SAP NetWeaver 7 0 at http www sdn sap com irj sdn nw sld. Process Flow, In your Web browser enter the URL of the SLD using the following pattern. http host port sld, You can perform the following activities in the SLD.
Create technical systems page 9, Create landscapes page 13 add systems to landscapes create hosted systems and. add sub landscapes to landscapes, Create business systems page 18 and business system groups. View the Software Catalog page 22 create third party products and software. components and define software dependencies, Define name prefixes for development and reserve names page 29. System Landscape Directory 8,User Manual 28 03 2008. Technical Systems,Definition, Technical systems are application systems that are installed in your system landscape An.
example of an application system is a Customer Relationship Management CRM server In. the SLD there are five types of technical systems,. User Manual 28 03 2008 SAP provides both a Web based user interface UI for interactive access and client APIs for programmatic access in ABAP and Java SAP provides information about installable SAP software dependencies and recommended scenarios and regularly publishes updates on SAP Service Marketplace You can browse this information in the software catalog page 22 views You can also

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