You can create all five types of business systems in the SLD by going through the steps of a business system wizard.
Bear in mind that some of the steps in the procedure are optional because the steps in the wizard vary depending on the technical system with which you want to associate the business system.
You have a user assigned to the LcrInstanceWriterLD role.
Creating Business Systems
Choose New Business System .
The System Type screen appears.
Select the type of business system you want to create, depending on the type of technical system with which you want to associate it, and choose Next .
The Technical System screen appears.
If you want to create a business system different from a business partner, from the System dropdown box, select the technical system with which you want to associate the business system.
If you want to create a business system that is associated with AS ABAP, from the Client dropdown box, select an ABAP client. Optionally, if you want to distribute central Web service configuration data to the back-end system, from the URL dropdown box, select a URL from the ones that are available, or in the adjacent field, enter the URL of the selected technical system using the following pattern http://<host>:<port>/ .
If you want to create a business partner, in the Logical System Name field, enter the primary URL of the business partner.
Choose Next .
The Name screen appears.
Enter a name for the business system and choose Next .
We recommend that you use the internal naming convention <namespace>_<name> for business systems. For <namespace> , enter the URL or the namespace of the Integration Repository. Use only alphanumeric characters or use underscore (_) to replace nonalphanumeric characters. For <name> , enter the role of the system. A valid example of a name is SAP_COM_SRM_DEVELOPMENT .
If you are creating a business system that is associated either with an AS ABAP or a third-party technical system, the Installed Products screen appears.
If there are products that are not installed on the system, on the left, deselect them by deselecting the Installed indicator and choose Next .
If you do not see any products, you have to add them in the technical systems view (see Technical Systems .
The Integration screen appears.
If you are creating a business system that is associated with AS ABAP, from the Business System Role dropdown box, select the role of the business system.
If the business system plays a role of an application system, from the Related Integration Server dropdown box, you can also select an integration server.
If the business system plays a role of an integration server, also specify a pipeline URL.
If you are creating a business system that is not associated with AS ABAP, from the Related Integration Server dropdown box, you can select an integration server.
Choose Finish .
Removing Business Systems
From the table with business systems, select the systems you want to remove by holding down the CTRL key and clicking the systems with the primary mouse button.
Choose Remove .
If you remove a business system that is an integration server, all business systems that are associated with this integration server will lose their group assignments.