How to Monitor SAP Systems

This document is intended for all persons who are responsible to monitor Production Systems in SAP. Following activities are explained in detail with screenshots:

  • Check SAP Process Overview [ SM51/ SM50 ]
  • System Wide Work Process Overview [SM66]
  • Users Logged On [AL08/ SM04]
  • Spool Requests [SP01]
  • Check SAP Locks [SM12]
  • Check for Updates [SM13]
  • Check System Log [SM21]
  • Check Background Jobs [SM37]
  • SAP Buffers [ST02]
  • Workload Analysis [ST03]
  • Operating System Monitor [ST06]
  • ABAP Dump Analysis [ST22]
  • Database Analysis [ST04]
  • Check Database Performance[DB0]2
  • Check E-Mail and Fax Messages [SOST]
  • Check for failed IDOCs [WE02/ WE05]

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SAP Query Tutorial for Beginners

SAP Query is SAP’s tool to define and execute once own reports without knowing ABAP programming language. In this document following key topics to explore SAP Query are covered in detail:

  • What is SAP Query? Purpose and Advantages of SAP Query?
  • Configuration for SAP Query
  • Create transaction for SAP-Query
  • Creating Ad Hoc query (HCM related infoset query)
  • Developing SAP Query for Task List Data Extraction
  • Transport of SAP Query objects
  • Setting the Expiry date in SAP Query
  • SAP Query for getting hourly background job status
  • Building an SAP Query using ABAP Code
  • Development of Basic List Query using SAP Query
  • Working with infosets/User Groups/Query in detail

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