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View current system landscape directory (SLD) server property settings, and optionally access where you can change them.

You can also ping the SLD server, upload configuration settings immediately to Solution Manager, preview settings, and export the settings to a file for download.

This topic describes how to use Management Cockpit to manage SLD settings. For information about integrating SAP Mobile Platform with SAP Solution Manager, see Configuring System Landscape Directory for SAP Mobile Platform. For information about using SAP Solution Manager as part of your SAP Mobile Platform monitoring strategy, see Monitoring and Analysis with SAP Solution Manager and Integrating SAP Solution Manager.

  1. Under System Landscape Directory Server, view current settings.




    Name or IP address of the system landscape directory server. Data will be uploaded to this server.


    Port number used for communication with the system landscape directory server.

    Use HTTPS

    Indicates whether to use HTTP or HTTPS.


    The username for the account accessing the system landscape directory.

    Upload Payload Periodically

    Indicates whether to automate periodic upload of data to the system landscape directory.

    Upload Interval

    Identify the interval for periodic upload of data.

  2. (Optional) Click Configure Server to access Start of the navigation path Settings Next navigation step System End of the navigation path, where you can modify the System Landscape Directory settings.

  3. (Optional) Click Ping to check server connection status (Host, Port, and Username must be configured). SAP Mobile Platform Server pings the configured System Landscape Directory server, and shows the results on Management Cockpit.

  4. (Optional) Click Preview Payload to view a snapshot of cluster information in the Preview SLD Payload window. The preview includes the database, server nodes in the cluster, ports, components, and so forth. Click Close.

  5. Click Upload Payload to preform the initial upload of SAP Mobile Platform system data to the SLD (Host, Port, and Username of the SLD must be configured prior to this step). The SAP Mobile Platform Server sends the formatted server information to the SLD server, and shows the result on Management Cockpit. You can also upload the payload manually at any time with this step, even if uploads are regularly scheduled.

  6. (Optional) Click Export Payload to download the slddata.xml file, which contains the same payload content which is uploaded to the SLD server. This is useful for reference or archive.