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Procedure documentation Defining/Setting Up a Logical System  Locate the document in its SAP Library structure

You perform this cross-client procedure only in one SAP System and transport this table to all other SAP Systems connected to the CUA. Alternatively, you can define the logical systems for each SAP System by performing the following procedure in every SAP System for the logical systems there.

Procedure

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       1.      Log on to the central system with the administration user (in this example, ADM, client 070).

       2.      In the Implementation Guide (IMG, transaction SALE), choose Sending and Receiving Systems Logical Systems Define Logical System (transaction BD54). You can alternatively maintain the table view V_TBDLS using transaction SM30.

       3.      Choose Edit New Entries.

       4.      In the LogSystem column, create a new logical name in capital letters for every CUA system (that is, for the central and all child systems including those from other SAP Systems).

Recommendation

So that you can easily identify the systems by their names, use the following naming convention for the logical system names:
<System ID>CLNT<Client>.

If your central system is ADM, client 070, the name would be:
ADMCLNT070.

       5.      Enter a useful description for the logical system.

Note

If you want to change this short text for a logical system, proceed as follows:

Select the corresponding line.

Choose Edit Change field contents.

Enter the desired new short text.

Choose Replace.

       6.      Save your entries, which are included in a transport request.

       7.      Create the logical system name for the central system in all child systems. You have the following options to do this:

Your transport administration imports the transport request that was created with point 6, which contains the names of all logical systems, into all other SAP Systems in the CUA.

Perform this procedure in all child systems of the CUA. Create the logical system name of the central system and the respective child system there.

 

 

 

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