Deploying the JRA for the Mobile Administrator

Use

To be able to use the Mobile Administrator, you must deploy the SAP Java Resource Adapter (file sapjra.jar). To do this, you use the deploy tool from the J2EE Engine (see Deploy Tool).

Prerequisites

?      If you want to create setup packages with the Mobile Administrator, you must set up the Mobile Administrator on a server with a Win32 system.

?      You have created the service user for administration (see Creating Service Users).

Procedure

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       1.      Start the deploy tool (see Getting Started).

       2.      Create a new project and name it.

       3.      Switch to the Deployer tab page.

       4.      Choose Deploy ® EAR ® Load Module.

       5.      Navigate to the file sapjra.rar in the directory \usr\sap\<SID>\SYS\global\ra, select it, and confirm with OK.

       6.      Switch to the Properties tab page. (Alternatively, you can edit the properties later using the Visual Administrator. For more information, see Configuring and Copying the Service)

       7.      Create parameters and values of the type String. The parameters differ depending on whether the installation is an a cluster installation or not.

Standard Installation (Not a Cluster)

Parameters

Value

SAPClient

<Client>, for example, 000

ServerName

<Server Name>, for example, bcemain.wdf.sap.corp

PortNumber

<System Number>, for example. 01

Language

<Language Key>, for example, EN

UserName

<User Name>. Use the created service user with RFC authorization (see Creating Service Users)

Password

<User Password>

Installation on a Cluster

Parameters

Value

SAPClient

<Client>, for example, 000

SystemID

<System ID>, for example, BCE

MessageServer

<Message Server>, for example, bcemain.wdf.sap.corp

Group

<Group>, for example, PUBLIC

Language

<Language Key>, for example, EN

UserName

<User Name>. Use the created service user with RFC authorization (see Creating Service Users)

Password

<User Password>

       8.      Save your entries.

       9.      Connect to the J2EE Engine by choosing Deploy ® Connect.

   10.      Log on as an administrator.

   11.      Choose Deploy ® Deployment ® Deploy Module.

   12.      Do not change the default application name and confirm with OK.

A message appears to confirm the deployment was successfully completed.

   13.      Start the application and exit the deploy tool. Save the project file, if necessary.