BART Setup Tool is a user interface of SAP Convergent Charging. It is a command line program that allows you to manage some functions of the SAP CC BART Server system when it is offline. SAP CC BART Server is dedicated to offline acquisition and charging on your SAP CC landscape. This user interface allows you to manage the certificates and key entries used during communications between SAP CC Core Server and client applications using both XML over HTTP and Packets over TCP/IP channels.
This user interface allows you to manage:
The use of all the commands is detailed in this documentation.
You cannot change all these SAP CC system settings with BART+.
Check that your license is always valid; otherwise, you cannot access to all the commands.
The changes are not immediate and you must restart the unique instance of the BART Server system.
The BART Setup Tool program is available from the SAP CC BART Server system and communicates directly with the SAP CC BART Database system. The launch scripts are available in the installation folder.
1. On the SAP Global Host of the SAP CC BART Server system, open one of the following directories depending on the operating system of the host machine:
<DRIVE>:\usr\sap\<SID>\CAB<SAP_INST_NB>\script\(MS Windows operating system)
/usr/sap/<SID>/CAB<SAP_INST_NB>/script/(UNIX, Linux, and other operating systems)
<SAP_INST_NB> is the SAP instance number,
a two-digit number automatically assigned to
the unique instance of the SAP CC BART Server system by SAPinst at installation time.
2. Open a system console in this directory.
3. Execute the appropriate launch script with the correct command and arguments. In the console, type:
setup.bat <COMMAND_AND_ARGS>(MS Windows)
./setup.sh <COMMAND_AND_ARGS>(UNIX and Linux)
4. A prompt asks you to enter your administrator credentials. Type your SAP CC user logon.
5. Safely, type your user password. It is not displayed to the console.
6. BART Setup Tool verifies the user authentication and performs your operation.
In a development or test system landscape,
you can directly precise your credentials by adding the
-password arguments to the command line:
setup.bat <COMMAND_AND_ARGS> [-login=<USR_LOGON>] [-password=<VISIBLE_USR_PASSWD>](MS Windows)
./setup.sh <COMMAND_AND_ARGS> [-login=<USR_LOGON>] [-password=<VISIBLE_USR_PASSWD>](UNIX and Linux)
<VISIBLE_USR_PASSWD> are your SAP CC system credentials (logon, password)
as a system or application administrator.
Make sure that you do not use these arguments in a production system landscape. The password is visible in the console.
In a secure environment, SAP SE recommends that you never use the additional
An SAP CC user name and password must authenticate each command (except for the
The user name must correspond to an individual user.
Consult the SAP CC Security Guide to get information on communication security and user rights to perform the commands described in this documentation.
You can simply use the
command to list the commands and get help with a
|certentry import||To import the client certificates from files to the database|
|certentry export||To export the client certificates from the database to files|
|certentry delete||To delete the client certificates|
|certentry list||To list all the client certificates|
|certentry link||To link the client certificate to one or several services|
|certentry unlink||To unlink a client certificate from all the declared services|
|certentry listLinks||To list all the linked certificate entries|
|keyentry delete||To delete the key entries|
|keyentry export||To export the key entries from the database to files|
|keyentry export_p12||To export the key entries from the database to a PKCS#12 file|
|keyentry import||To import the key entries from files to the database|
|keyentry import_p12||To import the key entries from a PKCS#12 file to the database|
|keyentry link||To link the key entry to one or several services|
|keyentry list||To list all the key entries|
|keyentry unlink||To unlink the key entry from all the declared services|
|keyentry listLinks||To list all the linked key entries|