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Procedure documentation Detecting and Changing the Global EPS Inbox Directory Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

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You can detect and change the location of the global EPS inbox directory.

JSPM detects the location of the global EPS inbox directory by reading the value of the central instance profile parameter DIR_EPS_ROOT. The location of the global EPS inbox directory is an in subdirectory of this location. On most systems, the default value of the parameter is /usr/sap/trans/EPS and the location of the global EPS inbox directory is /usr/sap/trans/EPS/in.

Recommendation

We recommend that you do not change the value of the central instance profile parameter DIR_ESP_ROOT unless you are advised to do so by SAP support. Otherwise, your system may stop working. In addition, if you have a double-stack system, bear in mind that the ABAP Support Package Manager also uses the central instance profile parameter DIR_ESP_ROOT.

For more information about other directories that are used by JSPM and NWDI, see Structure linkMaintaining Modified Java Runtime Systems Using NWDI.

Prerequisites

You have logged on to the operating system as a <sid>adm user.

Procedure

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       1.      If you want to detect the value of the DIR_EPS_ROOT parameter, on the command line, execute the following command:

sappfpar pf=/usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/<SID>_<Central instance name>_<host> DIR_EPS_ROOT

       2.      If you want to change the value of the DIR_EPS_ROOTparameter, in the /usr/sap/<SID>/SYS/profile/<SID>_<Central instance name>_<host> file:

     If the parameter exists, change the value of the parameter as follows:

DIR_EPS_ROOT=<New location>

        If the parameter does not exist, add the following line:

DIR_EPS_ROOT=<Location>.

Recommendation

We recommend that you use the following pattern for the location <Any path>/EPS.

       3.      Add a blank line at the end of the file.

       4.      If you are logged on to JSPM, restart it.

 

 

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