SAP CC Admin+ is a user interface of SAP Convergent Charging. It is a console program that allows you to manage local or remote instances of the SAP CC Core Server system and change their configuration parameters. The console program runs in interactive mode to get commands/arguments and to give you results or prompts for new options. It provides an IT administrator with some troubleshooting tools to resolve problems about SAP CC systems, data refreshing, and SAP CC users.
This user interface allows you to administrate your SAP CC Core Server system depending on both your technical and business requirements:
Refer to the regular or exceptionnal tasks that you can perform with Admin+.
The changes can be "immediate and temporary" or "differed and permanent". When the changes are differed and permanent, you must manually restart the modified instances of the SAP CC Core Server system.
The use of all the commands is detailed in this SAP product documentation. Do not forget that you must be connected and logged on to the SAP CC system to access to all the commands.
Admin+ is included in both the SAP CC Core Server and the SAP CC Core Tool software units.
In the Microsoft Windows operating system, the administrator opens a CMD/DOS console
to type the commands and verify the results. In the Start main menu of MS Windows,
select the Execute... submenu and type:
cmd in the popup window, which is displayed.
admin+.bat script from the directory:
In the UNIX and Linux operating systems, the administrator opens a console to type
the commands and
verify the results. Launch the
admin+.sh script from the directory:
The following information is set at installation time by the SAPinst user interface:
<SID>is the SAP System Identifier, the unique identifier of the SAP CC system in the SAP system landscape; see also the SYSTEM_ID system parameter
<SAP_INST_NB>is the SAP Instance Number, a two-digit number automatically assigned to the unique instance of the SAP CC Core Server system; see also the SAP_INSTANCE_NUMBER indicator
<INSTALL_DIR>is the installation directory of SAP CC Core Tool
Admin+ communicates directly with the dispatcher instances of the SAP CC Core Server system via the HTTP Communication Interface (HCI) based on proprietary XML messages sent over HTTP. The messages are always redirected in the background to the master dispatcher instance of the SAP CC system.
To connect to the SAP CC system and get authenticated:
hostto specify the distant SAP CC system to connect to
urlcommand for secure communications
userto log on and to be authenticated
Admin+ displays the prompt ’
[<HOST_NAME>] <INST_ID> >’. The program is ready to accept commands.
Consult the SAP CC Security Guide about detailed information on communication security and user rights to use the commands and perform the procedures described in this user assistance.
Be familiar with the workspace of this console user interface.
Refer to the regular or exceptionnal tasks that you can perform.
In the user interface, you can use the
command to list the commands and get help with a
particular command. Type
set to display information about the
This section highlights the main changes in this SAP product document. They relate both to new or changed features in the SAP CC software and to documentation enhancements to enrich your SAP user experience continuously.
As of SP 2, consider the new commands:
As of SP 1, consider the new command:
Consider the enhanced command:
Most of the commands are only available when you are authenticated. You can use the following commands to complete your daily tasks:
|?||To view the help|
|admin_sql_connection||To disconnect from or to force the reconnection of the selected instances of the SAP CC system with a selected instance of the database system|
|debug||To activate the debug mode of the program|
|delete_file_to_bulkload||To delete the existing database file entry that is linked to a file to bulk load|
|delete_object_change_logs||To purge object change logs and associated object snapshots from the database|
|delete_user_operations||To purge audited user operations from the database|
|delete_user_session||To delete a user session|
|disconnect_client||To disconnect a SAP CC charging client application|
|dump||To display a thread dump related to one or multiple instances of the SAP CC system|
|exit||To exit the program|
|fetch_client_statistics||To display service time statistics for one or several connected SAP CC charging clients|
|get||To view the values of an SAP CC system parameter, a parameter list, or indicators|
|get_files_to_bulkload||To view the list of files that are not yet bulk loaded|
|groupadd||To add a new batch rating group|
|groupdel||To delete an existing batch rating group|
|grouplist||To list the batch rating groups|
|groupmod||To change an existing batch rating group|
|h||To view the help|
|help||To view the help|
|host||To specify the distant SAP CC system to connect to|
|id||To view the current SAP CC user and the host information|
|list||To view the list of server instances of the connected SAP CC system and communication settings|
|list_clients||To display the list of connected SAP CC charging clients|
|login||To authenticate the SAP CC user|
|logs||To view the last log or trace messages from a logging destination of the SAP CC system|
|metriclist||To get the number of business accounting transactions (charged items) and subscriber accounts processed in the SAP CC system|
|normal||To reactivate the normal mode of the program|
|output||To redirect the output to a file and the console|
|ping||To ping the SAP CC system or specified instances|
|purge_change_lists||To delete the transported change lists created before a specified date|
|purge_idempotency||To trigger the purge of all the idempotency table entries older than the specified date. This technical data relates to the management of the SAP CC Web Services (WS).|
|purge_job_record||To delete all technical data related to job operations performed before a specified date. This technical data relates to the management of the SAP CC Web Services (WS).|
|purge_object_change_logs||To purge object change logs and associated object snapshots from the database|
|purge_user_operations||To purge audited user operations from the database|
|quit||To exit the program|
|rc||To reset the provisioning cache (former subscription cache)|
|refresh_raters||To update the data cache of all the rater instances of the SAP CC system|
|refresh_sql_connections||To force the update of the connections to the database|
|refresh_tax_cache||To update the VAT rate cache of the rater and updater instances|
|refresh_transerv_list||To update the EZTax transaction/service types list of the updater instances|
|refresh_vat_rules_cache||To update the VAT rule cache of the rater and the updater instances|
|reset||To reset an SAP CC system parameter to its default value (factory settings)|
|search_user_session||To view the list of user sessions currently open|
|server||To manage the SAP CC Core Server system|
|set||To change the values of an SAP CC system parameter|
|start_activation||To trigger the periodic or one-off fees of all the subscriptions (see recurring rates and one-shot rates)|
|start_cache_warmup||To start the cache warm-up mechanism|
|start_cleanup||To trigger the cleanup process of all the provider contracts or subscriptions which are involved in session-based charging operations or in prerating operations (deprecated)|
|start_contract_activation||To activate the periodic/one-off fees of all the provider contracts|
|start_purge_allowances||To purge expired allowances which have exceeded the retention period|
|start_trace_session||To start a tracing session for a specific subscriber account|
|stop_activation||To stop the activation process of subscriptions|
|stop_cleanup||To stop the running cleanup processed by the connected SAP CC system|
|stop_contract_activation||To stop the activation process of provider contracts|
|stop_purge_allowances||To stop a purge operation of expired allowances which have exceeded the retention period|
|unlockpc||To unlock a provider contract stored in SAP CC (customer master data)|
|unlockpcs||To unlock a set of provider contracts|
|unlocksub||To unlock a subscription|
|unlocksubs||To unlock a set of subscriptions|
|url||To specify the distant SAP CC system from its URL|
|user||To authenticate the SAP CC user|
With Admin+ you can complete the following tasks during the project implementation phase or during the production operation phase. These tasks are detailed in the SAP CC Configuration Guide and in the SAP CC Operations Guide.
|Viewing system information||Viewing business information|
You use the following commands to view and inspect information about the SAP CC system:
You use the following commands to retrieve configuration and usage information about the business features, functions, and data.
|Configuring the system||Configuring the data|
In Admin+, you use the set command to configure the SAP CC Core Server system:
You don't use Admin+ to configure data. There are two exceptions:
In Admin+, you use the set command to configure the SAP CC Core Server system. Consider the following activities:
You don't use Admin+ to configure the technical data such as SAP CC users.
|Processing business operations|
In Admin+, you use the following commands to manually trigger the periodic and one-off fees:
|Processing technical operations|
In Admin+, you use the following commands to complete your tasks.
As part of the technical operations, you may have to troubleshoot some problems with your user interface or with your SAP CC environment (systems, data, users) in the system landscape.
You use Admin+ to troubleshoot some problems to:
To troubleshoot problems that relate to the SAP CC Admin+ user interface, you can:
To troubleshoot problems that relate to the SAP CC system landscape, consider the following tasks:
Consult the SAP CC Operations Guide for more troubleshooting information and tasks.
|Primary Help||Secondary Help|