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SAP NetWeaver How-To Guide Installing and Configuring SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 Version 2.0 September 2011 Authors:
SAP NetWeaver How-To Guide Installing and Configuring SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 Version 2.0 September 2011 Authors:

Installing and Configuring SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0

Version 2.0

September 2011

Authors:

Marc Chan, SAP Customer Solution Adoption

and Configuring SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 Version 2.0 September 2011 Authors: Marc Chan, SAP Customer Solution

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Table of Contents

1. Business Scenario

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2. Background Information

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3. Prerequisites

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4. Step-by-Step Procedure

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4.1 Download the Gateway bit from Service Marketplace

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4.2 Installing the Gateway system

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4.3 Basic Configurations on Gateway and Backend systems

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4.4 Installing the Backend system for Workflow scenario

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Basic Configurations on Gateway and Backend systems 7 4.4 Installing the Backend system for Workflow scenario

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

1. Business Scenario

This how-to guide aims at providing a step-by-step procedure with screen shots to guide first time users of SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 for the installation and fundamental configuration required on the system.

2. Background Information

This how-to guide aims at providing a step-by-step procedure with screen shots to guide first time users of SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0 for the installation and fundamental configuration required on the system.

3. Prerequisites

To install SAP NetWeaver Gateway 2.0, your basis need to be SAP NetWeaver 7.02 SP07 or later. Please make sure you meet this requirement before proceeding.

You should also have your SAP backend identified to work with SAP NetWeaver Gateway. During the configuration, you will also need to configure the backend to have it connect to Gateway.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

4. Step-by-Step Procedure

4.1 Download the Gateway bit from Service Marketplace

1. Open your web browser, go to http://service.sap.com/swdc. Click on Installation and Upgrades Browse our Download Catalog SAP NetWeaver and complementary products SAP NETWEAER GATEWAY SAP NETWEAVER GATEWAY 2.0 Installation and Upgrade.

2. Click on the Downloads tab and select the newest available bit there. Click on the button Add to Download Basket.

bit there. Click on the button Add to Download Basket. 3. Start your SAP Download Manager

3. Start your SAP Download Manager and start the download of the bit

your SAP Download Manager and start the download of the bit 4. A ZIP file will

4. A ZIP file will be downloaded. Extract the ZIP file and locate the following archives:

\GW_CORE_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINGWCORE.SAR

\IW_BEP_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINIWBEP.SAR

\IW_CBS_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINIWCBS.SAR

\IW_CNT_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINIWCNT.SAR

\IW_FND_250_INST\DATA\K-250AGINIWFND.SAR

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

\IW_SCS_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINIWSCS.SAR

\WEBCUIF\700\WEBCUIF_700.SAR

\WEBCUIF\701\WEBCUIF_701.SAR

4.2 Installing the Gateway system

1. In the Gateway box, extract \GW_CORE_200_INST\DATA\K-200AGINGWCORE.SAR to the EPS inbox folder.

2. Start SAP GUI and go to transaction SAINT. Go to Installation Package Load Packages From Application Server. You should be able to see the file was uploaded successfully.

should be able to see the file was uploaded successfully. 3. Go back to transaction SAINT,

3. Go back to transaction SAINT, click on the Start button.

3. Go back to transaction SAINT, click on the Start button. 4. Verify and select the

4. Verify and select the Add-on to be installed and then click on Continue.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 5. Click on Continue on the next screen . 6. Click Continue.

5. Click on Continue on the next screen.

Gateway 1.0 Pilot 5. Click on Continue on the next screen . 6. Click Continue. Choose

6. Click Continue. Choose Yes and prompted whether you want to add Modification Adjustment Transports to the queue?

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 7. Click on Continue on the next screen. 8. Enter the password

7. Click on Continue on the next screen.

Gateway 1.0 Pilot 7. Click on Continue on the next screen. 8. Enter the password for

8. Enter the password for the add-on component you are installing. (Please refer to SAP note #1569624 for the passwords). Then click on Continue and then Import. The import process will then start.

for the passwords). Then click on Continue and then Import. The import process will then start.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

9.

You should see the following screen when the installation completes. Click on the Software Components tab and then click Finish.

Click on the Software Components tab and then click Finish. 10. Repeat steps 1 to 9

10.

Repeat steps 1 to 9 for the component WEBCUIF (2 SAR archives to be extracted as 3 .PAT files). You will have to install WEBCUIF 700 first and then use the same procedure (steps 3 to 9) to upgrade it to WEBCUIF 701. A successful execution will lead to the screen below.

Remarks: for the component password for WEBCUIF, please refer to SAP note #1162091.

password for WEBCUIF, please refer to SAP note #1162091. 11. Repeat steps 1 to 9 for

11.

Repeat steps 1 to 9 for other Gateway components you need to install in the following sequence.

IW_FND 250

IW_CBS 200

IW_CNT 200

IW_BEP 200

IW_SCS 200

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

4.3 Basic Configurations on Gateway and Backend systems

Activate ICF

1. Logon to the Gateway system. Go to transaction SICF, make sure default_host is activated. Then activate /sap/public/opu and all the sub-nodes underneath.

activate /sap/public/opu and all the sub-nodes underneath. 2. Activate /sap/opu/sdata and all the sub-nodes underneath.

2. Activate /sap/opu/sdata and all the sub-nodes underneath.

underneath. 2. Activate /sap/opu/sdata and all the sub-nodes underneath. Setting Profile Parameters. September 2011 7

Setting Profile Parameters.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

3. In the Gateway box, go to transaction RZ10. Edit the DEFAULT profile (Extended Maintenance). Add the following parameters:

login/accept_sso2_ticket

1

login/create_sso2_ticket

2

Do the same thing in the Backend system.

Remarks: if there is an error, click on the menu Utilities Import Profiles Of Active servers, to get the latest version of profiles first.

Active servers, to get the latest version of profiles first. Create Gateway Administrator 4. In the

Create Gateway Administrator

4. In the Gateway box, go to transaction SPRO. Click on the button SAP Reference IMG.

to transaction SPRO. Click on the button SAP Reference IMG. 5. Go to SAP Customizing Implementation

5. Go to SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration User Settings Define Role for SAP NetWeaver Gateway Administrator. Click on the Execute icon next to it.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 6. In the Role field, enter SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN . Click on Copy Role.

6. In the Role field, enter SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN. Click on Copy Role. In the To Role field, enter Z_SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN. Then click Copy All.

field, enter Z_SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN . Then click Copy All. 7. Click on Change to edit Z_SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN .

7. Click on Change to edit Z_SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN.

Copy All. 7. Click on Change to edit Z_SAP_BC_BASIS_ADMIN . 8. Select Authorization tab, click on

8. Select Authorization tab, click on the change button for Change Authorization Data.

. 8. Select Authorization tab, click on the change button for Change Authorization Data. September 2011

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

9.

10.

In the following screen, on the file menu choose Edit Insert Authorization From Template.

Select /IWFND/RT_ADMIN and click on Continue.

Template. Select /IWFND/RT_ADMIN and click on Continue. 11. Click on the Generate icon. Click on the

11.

Click on the Generate icon. Click on the Generate button on the pop-up dialog.

icon. Click on the Generate button on the pop-up dialog. 12. Enter “T-Project Gateway” in the

12.

Enter “T-Project Gateway” in the text field. Then click Execute.

Gateway” in the text field. Then click Execute. 13. The Change role: Authorizations page displays, with

13.

The Change role: Authorizations page displays, with the Status of the profile showing as generated.

with the Status of the profile showing as generated. 14. Click on Back then select the

14.

Click on Back then select the tab User. Under the User ID column, enter the username you want to assign as Gateway Administrator. Save the change.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 15. Click on User Comparison. Then click on Complete Comparison on the

15. Click on User Comparison. Then click on Complete Comparison on the pop-up.

16. Click Save to save the changes.

17. To test it, logout and login and GW_ADMIN. See if you can access SPRO and the Gateway IMG. Stay logon as GW_ADMIN for the rest of the operations.

Creating Gateway User

18. Logon to the Gateway box as GW_ADMIN. Go to transaction SPRO. Click on SAP Reference IMG.

19. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration User Settings Define Role for SAP NetWeaver Gateway User. Click on the Execute icon next to it.

Gateway User. Click on the Execute icon next to it. 20. In the Role field, enter

20. In the Role field, enter SAP_BC_ENDUSER. Then click on Copy Role.

21. Enter Z_GW_ENDUSER in the To Role field. Then click on Copy All.

. Then click on Copy Role. 21. Enter Z_GW_ENDUSER in the To Role field. Then click

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

22. Click on the Change button to edit Z_GW_ENDUSER. Then click on the tab Authorizations and click on the button for Change Authorization Data.

and click on the button for Change Authorization Data. 23. On the file menu, choose Edit

23. On the file menu, choose Edit Insert Authorizations From Template.

24. Select /IWFND/RT_GW_USER, /IWCNT/RT_USER_REP and /IWCNT/RT_USER_WF from the list and choose Continue. You will need to do this one after one.

25. Click on the Generate button and choose Generate on the pop-up.

26. Assign profile name accordingly. On the next screen, make sure the status is now Generated.

On the next screen, make sure the status is now Generated. 27. Click on Back. Then

27. Click on Back. Then choose the User tab. Enter the username (e.g. GW_USER) to be assigned as a Gateway enduser in the User ID column.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 28. Click on the button User Comparison. Choose Complete Comparison on the

28. Click on the button User Comparison. Choose Complete Comparison on the pop-up.

29. Save the settings.

30. Go back to PFCG. Edit the role SAP_BC_WEBSERVICE_CONSUMER. Go to the User tab and assign GW_USER and GW_ADMIN to this role as well.

tab and assign GW_USER and GW_ADMIN to this role as well. 31. Remember to click on

31. Remember to click on User Comparison Complete Comparison and Save.

Creating Connection: Gateway to Consumer

32. In the Gateway system, go to SPRO SAP Reference IMG.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

33. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Define Settings for Idempotent Services. Click on the Activity button next to it.

Services. Click on the Activity button next to it. 34. Configure as: 6 for Period Hours

34. Configure as: 6 for Period Hours in Document, and 12 for Period Hours in Document ID. Click on Schedule.

and 12 for Period Hours in Document ID. Click on Schedule. 35. To test it, go

35. To test it, go to SM37. Enter SAP_BC_IDP_WS_SWITCH* as the Job name and * as the User name. Click on Execute. You should see SAP_BC_IDP_WS_SWITCH_BD and SAP_BC_IDP_WS_SWITCH_BDID are on the list.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 36. Before registering the RFC destination, you need to make sure you

36. Before registering the RFC destination, you need to make sure you have a RFC server group created. Go to transaction RZ12. If you don’t have a server group created. Create one like below. Remember to click on Copy and then Save.

one like below. Remember to click on Copy and then Save. 37. Go back to SPRO

37. Go back to SPRO SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Create RFC Destination for Outbound Queues.

to Consumer Create RFC Destination for Outbound Queues. 38. Click on the Create button. Enter the

38. Click on the Create button. Enter the followings:

RFC Destination:

Connection Type:

Description 1:

IWFND_BGRFC_DEST

3

RFC Destination for Outbound Queues

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

39. Hit Enter and then select the Special Option tab. In the Transfer Protocol field, choose “Classic with bgRFC”. Save the settings and click on Yes to accept.

with bgRFC”. Save the settings and click on Yes to accept. 40. Click on the Connection

40. Click on the Connection Test button to test it.

41. Go back to SPRO and click on SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Register RFC Destination for Outbound Queues. Click on the Activity button next to it.

42. Click on the tab Define Inbound Dest. Then click on the Create button.

43. In the Define Inbound Dest. field, enter IWFND_BGRFC_DEST. Hit Enter and then click on Save.

enter IWFND_BGRFC_DEST . Hit Enter and then click on Save. 44. In the New Prefix field,

44. In the New Prefix field, enter IWFND_CNP and click on Create. Repeat the same step for IWCNT_WF. Then click on Save.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 45. Click on the tab Scheduler: Destination. Click on Create and choose

45. Click on the tab Scheduler: Destination. Click on Create and choose Inbound on the pop-up dialog.

46. Enter IWFND_BGRFC_DEST in the Destination field. Click on Save.

IWFND_BGRFC_DEST in the Destination field. Click on Save. 47. Click Save to save all settings. 48.

47. Click Save to save all settings.

48. Go back to SPRO and open SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Create bgRFC Supervisor Destination. Click on the Activity button next to it.

49. Click on the tab Define Supervisor Dest. Then click on Create.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 50. Enter BGRFC_SUPERVISOR as the Destination Name. Enter bgrfc_user as the User

50. Enter BGRFC_SUPERVISOR as the Destination Name. Enter bgrfc_user as the User Name and provide a password (e.g. “sap123456”). Select the checkbox of Create User. Then click on Save.

Select the checkbox of Create User. Then click on Save. 51. Click on Save button to

51. Click on Save button to save all settings.

on Save. 51. Click on Save button to save all settings. 52. Now we need to

52. Now we need to do a check on the bgRFC configuration. Go back to SPRO and open SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Check bgRFC Configurations. Click on the Activity icon next to is.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

53. A dialog below will be displayed after the check. Click on Continue.

below will be displayed after the check. Click on Continue. 54. We now need to create

54. We now need to create an RFC Destination for the WSIL service. Still in SAP Reference IMG, open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to Consumer Create RFC Destination for WSIL service. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

55. Click on Create and enter:

RFC Destination:

Connection Type:

Description 1:

IWFND_WSIL_LOCAL_DEST

H

RFC Destination for WSIL Service

56. Hit Enter and confirm. On the Technical Settings tab, enter the host of Gateway in the Target Host field. In the Service No. field, enter the HTTP port of the Gateway host (to find out the http port, go to SMICM Goto Service).

57. Enter the WSIL path (e.g. /sap/bc/srt/wsil)in the Path Prefix field. (Make sure in SICF that the path is activated). Save the settings.

sure in SICF that the path is activated). Save the settings. 58. Click on Connection Test

58. Click on Connection Test to test the destination. A successful test has a HTTP response of 200.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot Defining Gateway connection to SAP Backend (SCL to SAP Systems) 59. We

Defining Gateway connection to SAP Backend (SCL to SAP Systems)

59. We now need to define the Trust relationship between Gateway and the Backend (i.e. Backend as the trusting system and Gateway as the trusted system).

60. Before configuring anything, we need to make sure the Beckend system has users with exactly the same names as those in the Gateway system (in this case, GW_ADMIN and GW_USER). And these users need to have the authorization object S_RFCACL assigned.

61. Logon to the Backend system. Go to PFCG. Create a new role (e.g. Z_GATEWAY). Go to the Authorizations tab and click on Change Authorization Data.

62. Click on Edit Insert authorizations Manual input. Then enter S_RFCACL to Authorization Object.

63. Configure the authorization object accordingly like below.

enter S_RFCACL to Authorization Object. 63. Configure the authorization object accordingly like below. September 2011 20

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64. Click on Generate and then Save.

65. Click on Back and go to the User tab. Add GW_ADMIN and GW_USER to the list. Click on User Comparison and then Save.

GW_USER to the list. Click on User Comparison and then Save. 66. We can now create

66. We can now create the RFC destination. Still in the Backend system, go to transaction SM59. Click on Create.

67. Enter the following:

RFC Destination:

<SID of Gateway>CLNT<Client> (e.g. T2DCLNT001)

Connection Type:

3

Description 1:

RFC Destination to Gateway server

68. Hit Enter. Under the Technical Settings tab, enter the Gateway host to the Target Host field and its instance number to the System Number field. Click on Save.

host to the Target Host field and its instance number to the System Number field. Click

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

69. Go to transaction SMT1. Click on Create.

70. Enter the destination you have just created in the Destination field. Click on Continue.

just created in the Destination field. Click on Continue. 71. Logon to the Gateway system using

71. Logon to the Gateway system using the GW_ADMIN user.

71. Logon to the Gateway system using the GW_ADMIN user. 72. The info of trusted system

72. The info of trusted system is displayed. Click on Save.

72. The info of trusted system is displayed. Click on Save. 73. Now, we need to

73. Now, we need to create a type 3 RFC destination on Gateway to the Backend. Logon to the Gateway system. Go to SPRO SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to SAP System Manage RFC Destinations. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

74. Click on Create. Enter the following info:

RFC Destination:

Connection Type:

Description 1:

<SID of Backend>CLNT<Client> (e.g. EC6CLNT001)

3

RFC Destination to Backend

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75. Hit Enter. Under the Technical Settings tab, enter the backend’s host to the Target Host field and its instance number to the System Number field.

field and its instance number to the System Number field. 76. Click on the Logon &

76. Click on the Logon & Security tab. Enter the client number of the Backend. Click on the checkbox of Current User. And select Yes for Trust Relationship.

of Current User. And select Yes for Trust Relationship. 77. Save the settings. Configuring Single Sign-On

77. Save the settings.

Configuring Single Sign-On

78. In the Backend system, go to RZ10 and verify the following in the DEFAULT profile.

login/accept_sso2_ticket

1

login/create_sso2_ticket

2

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79. Go to transaction SSO2. In the RFC Destination field, press F4 and choose T2DCLNT001. Then click on Execute.

press F4 and choose T2DCLNT001. Then click on Execute. 80. Logon using a common user that

80. Logon using a common user that setup for both Gateway and Backend (e.g. GW_ADMIN or GW_USER).

for both Gateway and Backend (e.g. GW_ADMIN or GW_USER). 81. The following report will be shown.

81. The following report will be shown. Click on Activate.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot 82. Logon to the Gateway system and go to RZ10. Make sure

82. Logon to the Gateway system and go to RZ10. Make sure the following are in the DEFAULT profile.

login/accept_sso2_ticket

1

login/create_sso2_ticket

2

83. Go to transaction SSO2. Press F4 in the RFC Destination field and choose EC6CLNT001. Click on Execute.

84. The SSO administration report will be shown. Click on Activate.

SSO administration report will be shown. Click on Activate. Define System Alias 85. In the Gateway

Define System Alias

85. In the Gateway system, go to SPRO SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to SAP System Manage SAP System Aliases. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

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86. Click on New Entries. And enter it like below. Save the settings. Create a customizing request when needed.

Save the settings. Create a customizing request when needed. 87. Go back to SPRO SAP Reference

87. Go back to SPRO SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Administration General Settings Manage GSDO Groups. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

88. Select IW_WF on the list. Then double click Assign SAP System Aliases.

89. Click on New Entries.

90. Press F4 on User Role and choose Z_GW_ENDUSER. Press F4 on SAP System Alias and choose EC6_001. Save the settings.

on SAP System Alias and choose EC6_001. Save the settings. 91. Double click on Manage GSDO

91. Double click on Manage GSDO Groups and make sure the checkbox for IW_WF is checked.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

92. Go back to SPRO SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Connection Settings SAP NetWeaver Gateway to SAP System Check SAP System Aliases. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

93. You should see a status report like below.

next to it. 93. You should see a status report like below. 94. Open a web

94. Open a web browser and access the URL below. Logon as GW_ADMIN when prompted.

http://<Gateway host>:<port>/sap/opu/sdata/iwfnd/SampleUserProcessing?$format=xml

Activate Project Gateway

95. In the Gateway system, go to SPRO and click on SAP Reference IMG. Open SAP Customizing Implementation Guide SAP NetWeaver Gateway Configuration Activate or Deactivate SAP NetWeaver Gateway. Click on the Activity icon next to it.

96. Click on Activate on the pop-up dialog.

icon next to it. 96. Click on Activate on the pop-up dialog. 97. You should see

97. You should see a message “SAP NetWeaver Gateway is active” displayed.

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Installing Gateway 1.0 Pilot

4.4 Installing the Backend system for Workflow scenario

1. You will need to install BEP to the Backend system in order to do the workflow scenario. Go to SAINT and install the package accordingly.

2. After a successful installation, go through the document “How to enable Business Workflow for SAP NetWeaver Gateway” to test out the workflow scenario.

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