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  • Thanasis Tsapanoglou 10:33 pm on 20/12/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Java, SAP GUI   

    SAP GUI for Java 7.30 on OS X, Linux, Windows 

    SAP GUI for Java 7.30 was released earlier today. In order to download and install it, follow this link. Details on system requirements can be found on SAP Note 1761605.

    This version of SAP GUI is available for the following operating systems:

    • OS X (37.895 kB) – OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
    • Linux (37.420 kB) – openSUSE 12.2, Fedora 17, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Ubuntu 12.04
    • Windows (46.316 kB) – Windows 8

    The release notes for SAP GUI for Java 7.30 can be found here. Among several features, it adds support for a number of new platforms and offers a redesigned and more modern UI (Corbu Theme).

    In case you already have a previous version installed, after the installation, the application will import all connection data automatically. You can then, optionally, uninstall the previous version.

    Note: If you need to backup the SAPLogon.ini file that contains SAP connections, it can generally be found on the following directories (depending on the operating system):
    Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\SAP\Common
    Windows Vista: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows\ or \\%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Windows (if UAC is activated)
    Windows 7: C:\Users\USERNAME\AppData\Roaming\SAP\Common
    You also have the option to see the directory through SAP GUI → SAP GUI options → Configuration Files.

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  • Thanasis Tsapanoglou 8:14 pm on 27/10/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: HTML, , iPad, SAP GUI   

    SAP GUI for HTML on iPad 

    Although Safari is not included in the list of compatible web browsers for SAP GUI for HTML, it is in fact fully operable.

    In favor of this, the following images illustrate a SAP IDES (Internet Demonstration and Evaluation System) system, based on ECC 6.0 EHP5, running on a 3rd generation iPad (iOS 6).

     
  • Thanasis Tsapanoglou 4:01 pm on 19/09/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Registry, SAP GUI   

    Enable password saving in SAP Logon for Windows 

    Even though password saving, in SAP Logon for Windows is disabled by default, this can be enabled following the steps listed below:

    1. Open the command prompt by navigating to Start → Run and by typing “cmd”.
    2. Go to the \SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui directory (in Program Files), through the command prompt.
    3. Create the necessary value in Windows registry by typing:
      sapshcut -register
      An information message will appear.
    4. Open the registry editor, in order to access Windows registry, by navigating to Start → Run and by typing “regedit”.
    5. Go to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\SAP\SAPShortcut\Security registry key.
    6. Change the value data of “EnablePassword from 0 to 1.
    7. Close SAP Logon and open it again, in case it was open during the whole process.

    Relevant SAP Notes: 146173, 103019

     
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