SAP Batch builder inputsAdded by IBM on August 31, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|This topic describes the inputs for the SAP Batch builder.
This topic describes the inputs for the SAP Batch builder.
Table 1. SAP Batch builder inputs
|Name||Enter a name for this builder call. The WebSphere® Portlet Factory Designer displays this name in the builder call list.|
|Properties File||Enter the name of the properties file to be used to establish SAP host server information.|
Note: This file must be located in the WEB-INF/config/sap_config directory.
|Test Connection Button||Press this button to test the connection to the SAP host server. If the connection is successful, a connection confirmation dialog is displayed.|
|Runtime Credentials||Select the type of credentials to use to access the SAP system. You can choose:|
Use same credentials properties for all users
To use the user name and password credentials specified in the .properties file regardless of which users is running the SAP portlet.Specify execution credentials
To specify a user name and password that will be used by this builder to access the SAP host server.
|Execution User Name||This input is available when Specify Execution Credentials is selected as the Runtime Credentials input.|
Specify an indirect reference to the location used to store the SAP user name. This location might be a variable or method result.
|Execution Password||This input is available when Specify Execution Credentials is selected as the Runtime Credentials input.|
Specify an indirect reference to the location used to store the password.
|Batch File||Specify the name of a recorded SAP batch input that has been exported to a file.|
|Fetch Contents Button||Press this button to re-parse the original batch input file.|
You might need to do this if you want to undo any changes to the batch input and reload the original. When this button is pressed, the Batch Table input is initialized with the original batch data.
|Transaction||This display-only field shows the name of the SAP transaction that the batch input file represents.|
|Batch Table||This table shows the relevant steps in the current batch input file. |
Display-only columns include:
Name of the ABAP program to which the screen belongs.Dynpro
Four digit screen id within the program.Dynpro_start
Indicates this step is the start of a screen in the batch sequence.Name
Name of the current screen fieldRefer to SAP Batch Input processing documentation for additional information about these display fields.
Columns you can supply inputs for include:
Use this column to specify a constant or indirect value instead of the original value from the recorded batch input.User Input
This column can be set to either blank or Yes. When set to Yes, the Value field is ignored, and the Input Name appears in a schema-type variable. At execution time, the value in this variable will be used for that step of the batch. This variable is useful for creating an input form by using the Data Page builder.Input Name
This input is effective when User Input above is set to Yes. Enter here a valid XML element name to be used as the name for the value in the Schema-typed input variable.
|Connection Properties||Use this input to override any connection properties established in the connection properties file. You might want to do this if you want to profile a value such as the host server name.|
Select a property in the Property Name box and provide an input for that property in the Property Value box
Parent topic: SAP Batch Input builder: wpf7