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Using CMS to create tracks

Former Member
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Hello everyone,

I am logging in first time to CMS via http://localhost:50000/devinfo and then CMS using admin/admin on my EP6 sp11.

And it displays a STOP sign with a message "You are not authorized to use CMS. You need the "Display" authorization".

Is there some role that I need to assign to the admin to use CMS?

Thanks,

Sean

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Former Member
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Hi Sean,

you need to assign "JDI.administrator" and "JDI.developer" to your user to access CMS.

Assign these roles from http://<host>:<port>/useradmin

Regards,

Bhavik

Former Member
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Hi,

Yes bhavik is right you need you user id to be added to user group JDI.Administrator.

but if want only track creatation rights than assgin CMS.Configure

just look at the link

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2004/helpdata/en/94/6c7b401c976d1de10000000a1550b0/content.htm

here you will find list of all the roles.

Former Member
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Hello All,

Thanks for all your replies. But I am not able to find the roles or groups for CMS or JDI in http://localhost:50000/useradmin. Is there anywhere else I can look for them?

Thanks,

Kiran

Former Member
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Thanks Everyone! I was able to accomplish it.

Regards,

Sean

Former Member
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Folks,

I created two users, user1 and user2 with JDI.Developer role assigned to them. When I tried to Login to DTR in Developer Studio to import a configuration, I got a message saying "403 forbidden". I then tried assigning "JDI.Administrator" role to both the users, but in vain.

I tried various things. How would I get around this 403 error?

cheers,

S

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Also, I have one more question. When creating a Product/Softwar Component, under "define usage dependencies" described in http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/cb/f4bc3d42f46c33e10000000a11405a/frameset.htm

I am not able to create

¡ SAP J2EE ENGINE )

¡ SAP JAVA TECH SERVICE

because I see " Nothing available " in the drop down box for context.

How can I add the three required scs?

S

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Hi Sean,

Please check what actions have been assigned to the roles JDI.Developer. For this role you need to assign CBS.developer CMS.Display and CMS.Export.

Also apart from this you need to write access to the SLD for the role JDI.Developer i.e. LcrInstanceWriterNR. This has to be done via Visual Admin is you are using a WAS Java instance and via transaction su01 for ABAP + Java instance.

For setting the usage dependency

1. select the software component.

2. Click on Usage dependency.

3. In the dependency context combo select "Build Time"

4. Click on Define Dependency

5. From the list select the required software components.

Hope this was what you were looking for.

Regards

Sidharth

p.s. Sorry i didnt read that you had written you find nothing in the drop down combo for dependency context. Normally these are already created when you import the CIM content. However if still they have not been created you can do it in following manner Home -> Content Browser -> Subset = All Classes -> Class = Dependency Context.

Here click on New Dependency Context.

Then give Build Time as Name Caption as At build time and Type as Development and some suitable description.

However i would still advise you to find out why they were not created initially.

Regards

Message was edited by: Sidharth Deshpande

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Former Member
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HI Sean,

I hope your admin user doesn't have proper Authorization to access CMS Gui, how about accessing DTR and CBS?

please see the installation guide

https://websmp102.sap-ag.de/instguidesnw04 (installation guide)

Additionally check the roles for admin

http://<server>:port/useradmin/userAdminServlet search for admin user and check the roles and activate

Refer this link

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/43/dee13d82fcfb34e10000000a114084/frameset.htm

Administration of the Component Build Service Server

Regards,

RK

Message was edited by: Ramakrishna Venkat