Template-Based Basic Configuration

To carry out the basic configuration steps required for SAP NetWeaver usage type PI, perform the following steps:

Only carry out the template-based configuration if your system has never been configured before.

       1.      Call the template-based configuration tool as described in Template Installer.

       2.      Select the scenario PI and the template PIPostInstallProcess.

       3.      Choose Execute Template.

A list of the steps to be executed by the template is displayed.

       4.      Choose Install.

The steps are executed one after the other (some steps may take some time).

The basic configuration template for usage type PI performs the following post-installation tasks:

?     Checking sap.com services

?     Performing automatic customizing

?     Assigning application roles to user groups

?     Maintaining a product for the technical system

?     Maintaining a business system for the Integration Server

?     Creating RFC destinations in the ABAP environment

?     Creating RFC destinations in the ABAP and Java environments

?     Creating the HTTP destination pmistore

?     Configuring the role of the Integration Server

?     Registering queues used by the Integration Server

?     Triggering the Self-Registration of the Adapter Engine

If you do not want to use the template installer to perform the basic configuration steps required for usage type PI, you have to carry out these tasks manually as outlined in the task descriptions you access by following the hyperlinks above.

Afterwards, perform the following checks:

Ensure that


You have installed the XI add-on in each involved business system that is based on SAP Web Application Server (AS) 6.20.

Use SAP Web AS 6.20 kernel patch level 1253 if you want to generate new ABAP proxies in your business systems based on SAP Web AS 6.20.

SAP Note 439915; if you generate ABAP proxies, see SAP Notes 675441 and 721160.

You have imported the content of software component SAP_BASIS into the Integration Repository (interfaces, mappings, and so on).

For more information, see Importing Process Integration Content.

The connection between the Integration Server and the SLD has been established by calling transaction SLDCHECK.

The system displays a log that lists the current configuration data, the function test results, errors, and notes for checking.

Installation Guide SAP NetWeaver 2004s on SAP Service Marketplace at service.sap.com/installNW2004s.

SAP System Landscape Directory

System Landscape Directory in SAP Exchange Infrastructure.

If you want to use a central SLD, further manual steps are required. For more information, see SAP Note 939592.

If you want to use an Integration Server client other than 001, further manual steps are required. For more information, see SAP Note 940309.