A set of middle ware programs and tools that provide the underlying base that enable applications to be inter-operable across operating systems. SAP Basis includes a RDBMS, GUI, and client server architecture. It's a piece of middle ware which links the application with the database and the operating system. Basis is most commonly associated with the GUI interface to the SAP.
Installing R/3 into a new system, Basis has to perform some post Installation
handing over to end users for operation. Post Installation steps make sure that System
is ready, properly configured, Tuned and take load of user requests.
are some standard steps which has to perform immediately after the installation
Login to SAP system using DDIC/000
Execute SE06 , Select Standard Installation and click on execute Perform Post Installation
Steps. Click yes on each next screen.
Execute STMS , to configure TMS configuration system. If there is no Domain controller
in organization then configure this new system as DC.
Execute SICK to check for any Installation error , If anything is reported then trouble
shoot those errors.
Execute sapdba or brtools to check/increase tablespace size if any is >90%
IF sapdba then check the tablespace utilization by selecting c. Tablespace Adminitration
- c. Free space fragmentation of Tablespaces
List out all the tablespaces filled above 90%
Add datafiles to corresponding tablespaces to increase the tablespace size and bring
the utilization of tablespaces below 80%
Login as SAP*/000
Execute SCC4 -> Click on change button -> Confirm the warning and click
entries to create a new client.
Execute RZ10 -> Utilities -> Import profiles -> Of Active Servers
check the system log in SM21
Check any dumps in ST22
Login at command prompt using ora<sid> or <SID>adm
login to new client to perform a client copy using SAP*/<new client
Perform local client copy procedure to copy new client from 000 client.
Once client copy is over , login to new client using SAP* and password of SAP* which