If you are looking to learn the way SAP looks in Linux, or you want to upgrade your OS knowledge to the next level, or you are just thinking of changing your OS platform for SAP from Windows to Linux, then this is the right course for you to start.
Most of the companies prefer their SAP servers to run on UNIX, So this course will surely help you to leap your first step towards it. The lectures are simple and well explained.
This course is a complete Step by Step guide showing you how to install and configure SAP NetWeaver 7.0 EHP 3 in Linux.
Downloading components required for the the installation of SAP Netweaver 7.0 EHP3. You will need a S User account for this.
Downloading and installing Virtual Machine to install Linux. Linux will be the platform for the installation of SAP. You can use a physical system as well if you want.
Site to get a copy of Linux.
Setting up Network IP here. Also shut down the Firewall to avoid the communication blocks with SAP clients.
Setting up Hostname , Fully Qualified Domain Name here. The FQDN should be below 13 character. Also set the read, write, execute permission to the dump folder where all the installation components are saved.
Installing SAP Netweaver 7.0 EHP3. The steps one by one.
Update some linux files to run SAP.
Start and Stop SAP from the Linux terminal.
Downloadinf SAP GUI Logon and configure one to use SAP.
This test is just to recape what we have learned.
My name is Meghraj Upadhyaya and I'm from India. I am a SAP Basis Consultant. My job areas are implementation of SAP systems and support. I have been in teaching for more than 8 years with strong base knowledge on all Windows OS and Linux OS. I have been also working in the field of Hardware and Networking since 7 years.
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