SAP CC Config Tool is a user interface of SAP Convergent Charging. It is a command line program that allows you to quickly configure or transport a large subset of system parameters in the SAP CC Core Server system. A complete or partial SAP CC system restart is necessary to take the changes into account.
This user interface allows you to:
Config Tool connects to the SAP CC Core Database system that relates to the SAP CC Core Server system. The system parameters of the SAP CC system are stored in its back-end database system. Config Tool does never connect directly to an SAP CC system.
During the project implementation phase or the production operation phase:
getcommands of the Admin+ user interface.
Check that your license is always valid; otherwise, you cannot access to all the commands.
Refer to your tasks and the corresponding procedures to work efficiently during the project implementation phase or during the production operation phase.
The Config Tool user interface is available from the dispatcher instances of your SAP CC Core Server system and communicates directly with the SAP CC Core Database system. The launch scripts are available in the installation folder.
1. On the SAP Global Host of the SAP CC Core Server system, open one of the following directories depending on the operating system of the host machine:
<DRIVE>:\usr\sap\<SID>\CCD<SAP_INST_NB>\script\(MS Windows operating systems)
/usr/sap/<SID>/CCD<SAP_INST_NB>/script/(UNIX, Linux, and other operating systems)
<SID> is the unique SAP system ID and where
<SAP_INST_NB> is the SAP instance number,
a two-digit number automatically assigned to
the dispatcher instances 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 a system console, type:
config.bat <COMMAND_AND_ARGS>(MS Windows)
./config.sh <COMMAND_AND_ARGS>(UNIX and Linux)
4. A prompt asks you to enter your administrator credentials. Type your SAP CC user login.
5. Safely, type your user password. It is not displayed to the console.
6. Config 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:
config.bat <COMMAND_AND_ARGS> [-login=<USR_LOGON>] [-password=<VISIBLE_USR_PASSWD>](MS Windows)
./config.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.
Apply the following procedure to change the parameters of an SAP CC system:
./config.sh configuration export parameters.xml all -login=admin -password=pass
./config.sh configuration import newparameters.xml -login=admin -password=pass
Apply the following procedure to transport the parameters from a source SAP CC Core Server system to a target SAP CC system:
In the source system:
In the target system:
You can use the
command of the user interface to list the commands and get help with a
particular command. In a system console, type
config.bat configuration help or
./config.sh configuration help to display information about the
|about||To view the About information and version of SAP CC Config Tool|
|configuration export||To export SAP CC system parameters from the database to a file|
|configuration import||To import a large set of SAP CC system parameters into the database|
|configuration check||To check the SAP CC system parameters in the database|
|configuration help||To display the help information about a particular command|
|help||To get the list of the commands available in SAP CC Config Tool|
Refer to the SAP CC Application Help (aka SAP CC Library) for more information about the processes and functions of SAP Convergent Charging.