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EWA Configuration in Newly Installed SAP ABAP system with Screenshots (Part -1)

However there are so many documents for EWA configuration in SCN, I have prepared the document with full screenshot so that it may help to new guys who is willing to configure EWA in newly installed system.

Configuring EWA is a very easy work but before that system should be correctly connected with SOLMAN that is must.

Here we will divide the task in few steps.

1. SLD registration

2. LMDB Configuration

3. Managed system Configuration and last will be

4. EWA configuration

There is will be two systems used 1. SOLMAN 2. Managed System.

Log on to SAP Managed ABAP system (where you want to configure EWA)

1st of all, we will do Managed system configuration.

Go to RZ70 T-code in Managed system.

Considering SOLMAN system is a configured as a SLD hence provide Gateway host information of SLD system

Gateway Host- ABC

Gateway Service- XYZ

Execute above configuration so that ABAP system should get registered in SLD.

If all the things are OK then you will get below screen.

**********If you get any failure, you can resolve by RESTARTING SLD (Worked for me), else do some troubleshooting.

SAP_SLD_DATA_COLLECT SAP Job will be scheduled in Manged system for collecting data from SAP system.

Once this job in finished, you can see the technical system details in SOLMAN SLD.

Technical System --> Web Application ABAP

--> Log ON to SOLMAN

Log on to SAP SOLMAN system with SOLMAN_ADMIN user.

Now go to "SMSY_SETUP" T-Code and click on "Schedule Data Transfer From TMS/SLD" (OR) PRESS F8 to execute.

Monitor the “Landscape_Fetch” job.

After successfully completion of this job, you can see the system SID in SMSY.

Click ON

Press “Y” and schedule SAP Job Immediately

“LANDSCAPE FETCH” will send the data to Landscape Management Database.

After successfully completion of this job, you can see the system SID in SMSY OR LMDB.

Till now you have added the system information in SMSY OR LMDB.

Now go to LMDB T-code to see that all the things are placed properly and configure few things accordingly..

Select your SID and press OK.

Click for maintenance.

Click on “Resync with SLD”

Press OK..This will fetch all the information of Managed system with the help of SLD.

Click Next -->

Select Diagnostic so that Product should be visible in Diagnostic agent.

Click SAVE -->

Click Next --> to see DB information

Click Next --> to see SAP Instance information

Click Next --> to see SAP Client information

Click Next --> Here you will have to maintain RFC with Managed system.

Once you click on RFC maintenance, you will find below screen.

NOTE : Please prefer to create RFC with client 000 in Managed system.

Create a user in Managed system which will have same name like “SOLMAN_ADMIN”. This can be done here as well. (Or you can do it manually in managed system. I did it from here.

New Screen will POP up to seek for Admin Credentials of Managed system (Means a user who has authorization to create user in Managed system client 000.

I have provided DDIC Credentials (000).

After giving credentials, once you connect, it will connect to the managed system and will create user “SOLMAN_ADMIN” along with create copy of “SAP_RCA_CONF_ADMIN” &  “SAP_SM_USER_ADMIN”

As Roles is failed to assign. We will do it manually in Managed system client 000.



Once you performed manual work and try to perform user creation again you will get below screen it means user is created with required roles.


User Option: Use Existing user, specify password

We will replace the RFC user name with created user in Managed system.

Click Create -->

Close this screen and execute LMDB t-Code in SOLMAN again. Go to Maintain Destination, you will find 5 RFCs created with Managed systems.

We have achieved on target that LMDB is configured properly. -- Good Work.


Next we will perform the Managed system Configuration:

I will create another document as I am unable to add more screens here..

New Document Name would be : EWA Configuration in Newly Installed SAP ABAP system with Screenshots (Part -2)

Thank you for reading..!!


Mukesh Khamparia

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