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DISCLAIMER“This publication contains references to the products of SAP AG. SAP, R/3, SAP NetWeaver, Duet,PartnerEdge, ByDe...
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IV- Course materials:In the company, the SAP Portal technical and functional consultant configures the SAPPortal according...
The port value is equal to: 50000 + 100*(system number).Example:If the server IP is 204.589.54.56 and the system number eq...
⇒ Right click with the mouse on ‘portal content’ and choose ‘New’   Folder as  described below :⇒ Give a name to your fold...
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  1. 1. SAP Portal content implementation SAP EP Training document 1
  2. 2. DISCLAIMER“This publication contains references to the products of SAP AG. SAP, R/3, SAP NetWeaver, Duet,PartnerEdge, ByDesign, SAP BusinessObjects Explorer, StreamWork, and other SAP products andservices mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks ofSAP AG in Germany and other countries.Business Objects and the Business Objects logo, BusinessObjects, Crystal Reports, CrystalDecisions, Web Intelligence, Xcelsius, and other Business Objects products and services mentionedherein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registered trademarks of Business ObjectsSoftware Ltd. Business Objects is an SAP company.Sybase and Adaptive Server, iAnywhere, Sybase 365, SQL Anywhere, and other Sybase productsand services mentioned herein as well as their respective logos are trademarks or registeredtrademarks of Sybase, Inc. Sybase is an SAP company.SAP AG is neither the author nor the publisher of this publication and is not responsible for its content.SAP Group shall not be liable for errors or omissions with respect to the materials. The only warrantiesfor SAP Group products and services are those that are set forth in the express warranty statementsaccompanying such product and services, if any. Nothing herein should be construed as constitutingan additional warranty”.SAP®, SAP® R/2®, SAP® R/3®, mySAP.com®, SAP® R/3® Enterprise, SAP NetWeaver®, ABAP™,SAP® Business Suite, SAP® Customer Relationship Management (SAP CRM), SAP® ERP, SAP®Product Lifecycle Management (SAP PLM), SAP® Supplier Relationship Management (SAP SRM),SAP® Supply Chain Management (SAP SCM), SAP NetWeaver® Business Intelligence (SAPNetWeaver BI), SAP® Business Information Warehouse (SAP BW), SAP NetWeaver® Portal, SAPNetWeaver® Exchange Infrastructure (SAP NetWeaver XI), SAP® Solution Manager, SAPNetWeaver® Visual Composer, SAP NetWeaver® Developer Studio are the trademark(s) orregistered trademark(s) of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries. 2
  3. 3. Table of contentDISCLAIMER ............................................................................................................................................. 2I- Transaction used: ............................................................................................................................ 4II- Summary / Overview: ...................................................................................................................... 4III- Requirements / prerequisites: .................................................................................................... 4IV- Course materials:......................................................................................................................... 5 1) What is SAP Portal? ..................................................................................................................... 5 2) Operating procedure ................................................................................................................... 5 a) Determining the URL of your Portal ........................................................................................ 5 b) Iview implementation : ........................................................................................................... 6 a.1) Portal folder creation: .............................................................................................................. 6 a.1) SAP Transactional iview :.......................................................................................................... 8 a.2) URL iview: ............................................................................................................................... 12 c) Role creation: ........................................................................................................................ 14 d) SAP Portal user creation and role assignment: ..................................................................... 17 e) Portal prototype: ................................................................................................................... 20 3
  4. 4. I- Transaction used: SAP Transaction code Transaction descriptionSU01 User maintenance II- Summary / Overview:SAP NetWeaver Portal is a scalable portal, with an open architecture capable of integratinghuge content. It is designed to retrieve information from varied information sources such asSAP system, Web sites, groupware applications, enterprise applications, databases,directories,... In the following procedure, we will configure a small portal prototype where atest user is created and assigned to specific portal role. This enables the user to displaytransactional screen and URL screen in its SAP Portal session. III- Requirements / prerequisites:In order to configure SAP transactional iview, the SAP Portal has to be linked to a satelliteR/3 or ECC6 SAP system. Please refer to the procedure “SAP Portal technical configuration”for the required technical steps to perform in order to link SAP Portal with the satellitesystem.Besides, appropriate roles and authorization have to be implemented in order to be able toapply the procedure. In the ABAP stack acting as Portal UME (user management engine),assign role SAP_J22_ADMIN. Otherwise, assign in the portal the following roles:1/ content_admin_role : this role enables Content Administration2/ user_admin_role : this role enables user administration 4
  5. 5. IV- Course materials:In the company, the SAP Portal technical and functional consultant configures the SAPPortal according to the customer requirement so end user can easily access to the SAP andnon-SAP content in one unique interface. 1) What is SAP Portal?The SAP Enterprise Portal enables access to applications from other systems and source inone single Web application. Thus and using just one entry point, it allows access to contentsuch as SAP transaction, SAP BW dashboards, SAP URL iview, non SAP application,…Also, the portal provides a complete set of tools to administer, manage and monitor the portalwithin one coherent environment.SAP Portal is part of the SAP NetWeaver technology platform that enables the composition,provisioning, and management of SAP and non-SAP applications across a heterogeneoussoftware environment. 2) Operating procedurePortal content consists primarily of iViews. Each iView brings specified data to the portaldesktop from an information resource such as a relational database, ERP system, CRMsystem, enterprise application, collaboration tool, email exchange system, intranet, or theInternet. Basically, we can consider the iview as a part of a SAP Portal screen.In the following, we will implement most part of the procedure on the Portal Content Studiothat provides a central administrative environment in the portal for code-free developmentand management of portal content. Also, The Portal Content Studio is the contentadministrator’s main environment for developing and managing portal content. The range offunctionality that we have in managing portal content depends on the configuration of theportal. a) Determining the URL of your PortalThe URL for the portal depends on the server name and the system number. It is constitutedaccording to the following formula : http://<server>.:<port>/irj/portal 5
  6. 6. The port value is equal to: 50000 + 100*(system number).Example:If the server IP is 204.589.54.56 and the system number equal 01, the Portal URL would be :http:// 204.589.54.56:50100/irj/portal b) Iview implementation :IViews are generally displayed through portal pages. We can import ready-made iViews intothe portal. Also, we can create iViews from templates provided with the portal, or you candevelop custom-made iViews using the content-creation tools in the portal or other contentdevelopment kits. a.1) Portal folder creation:First, we will create a folder on the Portal Content that will store all our object (iview, role,…) ⇒ Connect to the SAP Portal and choose ‘Content Administration” tab 6
  7. 7. ⇒ Right click with the mouse on ‘portal content’ and choose ‘New’ Folder as described below :⇒ Give a name to your folder and choose ‘finish’ : 7
  8. 8. Preview Original paying document published on :http://expertplug.com/materials/training/sap-portal-content-implementationYou can find many more full SAP training material on www.ExpertPlug.com and SAP jobs.ExpertPlug is an SAP marketplace for training materials and an online community of experts. Weoffer a simple way for the global SAP workforce, consulting companies and industry to market theirskills and find quality information.As an SAP Expert, you can also market your SAP skills and make extra cash by publishing SAPdocuments on www.ExpertPlug.com.

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