Performing Further Configuration Steps

Configuring the Connection to the User Management Engine

To enable local RFC connections between the user management engine (Java) and the ABAP stack, the variable $$is used for addressing. Perform the following steps:

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       1.      Start the Visual Administrator.

       2.      Choose Global Configuration ® Server ® Services ® UME Provider.

       3.      Specify the following values:

0       ume.r3.connection.master.ashost=localhost

0       ume.r3.connection.master.sysnr=$$

Maintaining the Pipeline URL of the Integration Server

To enable load balancing for SAP applications that retrieve the URL of the Integration Server from the System Landscape Directory (SLD), for example, Adapter Engines, the pipeline URL registered in SLD needs to be adapted.

To change this, go to Business System Maintenance in SLD and select the Integration Server’s business system. Enter the virtual hostname and the port of the SAP Web Dispatcher in the field Pipeline URL. See also Maintaining a Business System for the Integration Server.

Maintaining the HTTP Service Port of the Adapter Engine

To enable load balancing between the Integration Server and the central Adapter Engine, the hostname property used for the SLD registration of a J2EE server node needs to be adapted.

To change this, go to the J2EE Visual Administrator. Open the cluster global settings and select the service SAP XI AF CPA Cache. Enter the virtual hostname and the ports of the SAP Web Dispatcher for the properties:

?      SLD.selfregistration.hostName

?      SLD.selfregistration.httpPort

?      SLD.selfregistration.httpsPort

Restart the J2EE Engine cluster.

Configuring the RFC Destination to the Monitoring Server

To enable load balancing to the central monitoring server, you must adapt the corresponding RFC destination.

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       1.      Call transaction SM59.

       2.      Expand the ABAP connections.

       3.      Choose the RFC destination CentralMonitoringServer-XIAlerts.

       4.      Select Load Balancing.

       5.      Specify the following values:

0       Target System: <SID>

0       Message Server: <virtual host>

0       Group: SPACE

       6.      Choose the RFC destination PMI<SID><client>.

       7.      Repeat steps 4 and 5.

Configuring the Dialog Instance

To ensure that update and spool processing is always possible, you should configure at least one separate UPD work process and one separate SPO work process.

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       1.      Check the dialog instance profile.

       2.      If required, configure a UPD work process and an SPO work process.