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 Function documentationDisplay and Manage User Sessions 

Use

You can display all the users active in the system who are logged on to the application server by choosing System Monitoring User Overview (or transaction SM04). The server name is displayed in the status bar at the bottom of the screen.

Example

 

 Client:

User

Terminal

Transaction

Time

Sessions

Ty.

MByte

000

MUELLER 

 p23879

.

13.53.27

1

RFC

0

000

MUSTER

 p25581

SM51 

11.14.16

1

GUI

0

000

SCHMIDT 

 p21223

SE38

14.21.44

1

GUI

1

000

MAIER 

 p25556

SCEM 

14.29.39

1

GUI

5

000

SCHMITT 

 p23838

SM04

13.12.10

1

GUI

1

000

GRAF 

 p25593

. 

14.33.03

1

GUI

4

000

HANSEN

 p31057

SEU_INT 

10.25.36

1

GUI

2

000

FISCHER 

 p24129

SE38

14.33.42

2

GUI

1

The following table explains the meaning of each column.

Client:

SAP Client

User

User logged on to server (SAP user name)

Terminal

Terminal at which the user is working. (If it is a UNIX frontend, the terminal name corresponds to the display variable of the frontend process; if it is a Windows or OS/2 frontend, the terminal name corresponds to the host name on which the frontend was started.) 

TCode

Last executed SAP transaction (transaction code)

Time

Time at which the user last initiated a dialog step by entering data

Sessions

Number of external sessions (session) opened by the user (up to 6). You can display detailed information on a session by selecting a user and choosing the Sessions button.

Ty.

Connection type (GUI, RFC or Plugin (HTTP or SMTP request)

MByte

Size of the memory allocated to the user in megabytes.

The value is the sum of all external sessions of the user and contains the memory types roll, page, EM (Extended Memory) and heap.

For more information, see Display Memory Consumption of User.

Integration

You can call the user overview from the Overview of SAP Application Server (SM51) by choosing Goto User, (first select a server).

Features

The following functions are available as menu options. Important menu options are also available as buttons on the menu bar.

Display all users in your system

Display users on another application server

Log off user

Monitor user sessions

Activities

You are taken to the User Overview:

·  From any SAP screen by entering transaction code /nsm04

·  From the initial SAP screen by choosing Tools Administration Monitor System Monitoring User Overview

·  From the system administration screen by choosing Monitor System monitoring User overview.